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Lodash _.valuesIn


The lodash _.valuesIn method is a useful function in JavaScript that is a part of the popular utility library Lodash. This method is designed to extract all enumerable properties of an object, including inherited ones, and return them as an array of values in the order they appear.

To put it simply, the _.valuesIn method allows developers to access all the values of an object in a simple and efficient way. This can be especially helpful when you are dealing with complex nested objects that have many levels of properties and values.

The syntax for the _.valuesIn method is very simple. You simply call the method on the object you want to extract the values from, like this:


The 'object' argument is the object you want to extract the values from. The method returns an array of all the values of the object, including inherited properties.

One important thing to note is that the _.valuesIn method returns not only the values of the enumerable properties, but also the values of non-enumerable properties. This means that any property with the 'enumerable' flag set to 'false' will still be included in the returned array.

Here is an example of how the _.valuesIn method can be used:

const person = {
  firstName: 'John',
  lastName: 'Doe',
  get fullName() {
    return `${this.firstName} ${this.lastName}`;

const values = _.valuesIn(person);

// Output: ['John', 'Doe', function fullName() { return `${this.firstName} ${this.lastName}`; }]

In this example, we create a person object with three properties: firstName, lastName, and fullName; but fullName is a getter function. The _.valuesIn method is then called on the person object which returns an array containing all the values of the properties of the object, including the fullName function.

Overall, the lodash _.valuesIn method is a powerful tool that simplifies working with objects in JavaScript. By using this method, developers can easily access all the values of an object, including inherited properties and non-enumerable properties.