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use Quokka in Visual Studio code

To install Quokka:
https://quokkajs.com/docs/

Once the extension is installed, press Ctrl/Cmd + Shift + P to display the editor’s command palette:

export const arrayToObjectWithValue = array =>
array.reduce((obj, item) => {
obj[item.name] = item.value
return obj
}, {})

export const objectToArray = obj =>
Object.keys(obj).map(key => {
return { name: key, value: obj[key] }
})

const arr = [{ name: 'test', value: 123 }, { name: 'test1', value: 12 }]
const obj = arrayToObjectWithValue(arr)
console.log(obj)

const obj2 = { test: 123, test1: 222 }
const arr2 = objectToArray(obj2)
console.log(arr2)

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