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An Introduction to Underscore.js – Part 2 Array-like collections

In part one we looked at a few of the useful array methods that Underscore provides for us. In this part of the tutorial we're going to take a look at some of the syntactic sugar that Underscore gives us to work with array-like collection. An array-like collection is something similar to array in that it is a collection of things as opposed to a single value, but they lack some of the things that arrays possess, such as a length property. We’ll be using the following JavaScript collections in the examples...

An Introduction to Underscore.js – Part 1 Arrays

Underscore.js is a tiny JavaScript utility library that makes working with some of the common data structures used in JavaScript much easier. Minified and GZipped it weighs in at less than 4Kb and where possible it delegates functionality to native browser implementations for performance. It has no other dependencies and so adds very little overhead to your total script assets. It can be used on the client or server with equal ease. Using Underscore is extremely easy; it isn’t tightly bound to the...
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