Sometimes you want to de-dupe an array of objects in JavaScript based on a property of the object. With ES6 it’s a bit easier to with a one line function:

const uniqify = (array, key) => array.reduce((prev, curr) => prev.find(a => a[key] === curr[key]) ? prev : prev.push(curr) && prev, []);

Pass an array and the name of the key as a string you wish to de-deplicate on and you’ll get back an array with unique values. Use it like this:

const result = uniqify(myArrayOfObjects, 'guid')

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