underscore-contrib alternatives and similar modules
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9.9 2.9 L4 underscore-contrib VS lodashA utility library delivering consistency, customization, performance, & extras. A better and faster Underscore.js.
9.4 5.9 L4 underscore-contrib VS RamdaA utility library with a focus on flexible functional composition enabled by automatic currying and reversed argument order. Avoids mutating data.
5.7 0.1 L4 underscore-contrib VS MoutUtility library with the biggest difference between other existing solutions is that you can choose to load only the modules/functions that you need, no extra overhead.
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Do you think we are missing an alternative of underscore-contrib or a related project?
The brass buckles on Underscore's utility belt -- a contributors' library for Underscore.
- a home for functions that are limited in scope, but solve certain point problems, and
- a proving ground for features that belong in Underscore proper, but need some advocacy and/or evolution (or devolution) to get them there.
First, you’ll need Underscore. Then you can grab the relevant underscore-contrib libraries and simply add something like the following to your pages:
At the moment there are no cross-contrib dependencies (i.e. each library can stand by itself), but that may change in the future.
There is still a lot of work to do around perf, documentation, examples, testing and distribution so any help in those areas is welcomed. Pull requests are accepted, but please search the issues before proposing a new sub-contrib or addition. Additionally, all patches and proposals should have strong documentation, motivating cases and tests. It would be nice if we could not only provide useful tools built on Underscore, but also provide an educational experience for why and how one might use them.
Other (potentially) useful sub-contribs include the following:
- String utilities
- Date/time utilities
What do these mean? Well, that’s up for discussion. :-)