Lodash modular utilities.


Keywords
modules, stdlib, util, javascript, lodash, utilities
License
MIT
Install
npm install lodash@4.14.1

Contributors

John-David Dalton Jeremy Ashkenas Michał Lipiński Greenkeeper Benjamin Tan Kit Cambridge Brad Dunbar Ryan Tenney Mike Frawley Graeme Yeates Jeroen Engels theif Mathias Bynens Blaine Bublitz Raymond May Jr. Justin Ridgewell Michael Ficarra Samuel Clay noah Ray Hammond Pine Filip Zawada Dan Allison Dan Heberden


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Documentation

lodash v4.17.4

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The Lodash library exported as a UMD module.

Generated using lodash-cli:

$ npm run build
$ lodash -o ./dist/lodash.js
$ lodash core -o ./dist/lodash.core.js

Download

Lodash is released under the MIT license & supports modern environments.
Review the build differences & pick one that’s right for you.

Installation

In a browser:

<script src="lodash.js"></script>

Using npm:

$ npm i -g npm
$ npm i --save lodash

In Node.js:

// Load the full build.
var _ = require('lodash');
// Load the core build.
var _ = require('lodash/core');
// Load the FP build for immutable auto-curried iteratee-first data-last methods.
var fp = require('lodash/fp');

// Load method categories.
var array = require('lodash/array');
var object = require('lodash/fp/object');

// Cherry-pick methods for smaller browserify/rollup/webpack bundles.
var at = require('lodash/at');
var curryN = require('lodash/fp/curryN');

Note:
Install n_ for Lodash use in the Node.js < 6 REPL.

Why Lodash?

Lodash makes JavaScript easier by taking the hassle out of working with arrays,
numbers, objects, strings, etc. Lodash’s modular methods are great for:

  • Iterating arrays, objects, & strings
  • Manipulating & testing values
  • Creating composite functions

Module Formats

Lodash is available in a variety of builds & module formats.