uBerscore js is (still) an early experiment: a 'higher' level data manipulator for all kinds of js collections (objects+arrays); it offers functionality & shortcuts that underscore doesn't, wouldn't, shouldn't have.
An anorthodox, extensible, overloaded, experimental facade of underscore facilities & leftovers.
uBerscore.js offers some functionality that underscore/lodash doesn't have (or didn't have at the time of authoring) - its highly build around the great
Sorry, no documentation before 0.1.x and some features might change.
But do see:
Gruntfile.coffeewritten with the wicked uRequire configuration, that builds uBerscore's modules in a number of ways, with the most DRY config ever.
Note: uBerscore-dev.js and its minified brother are running on the WEB (both with AMD and as plain
<script/>) and in nodejs through the single-file 'combined' conversion uRequire with no other dependencies (but 'lodash').
isEquals/isIquals/isExact/isLike, that adds options to
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