Those are small utility functions we're using in a day-to-day manner.
All functions inside
lib/ are in the UMD format - you can use them in CommonJS environment by requiring it (
require("arkency-js/lib/Object.remapKeys")) or you can just include them inside
<script> tag - then they'll be available in the
docs/ directory for docs.
See LICENSE for details.
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