I am having a hard time trying to get the lodash modules imported. I've setup my project using npm+gulp, and keep hitting the same wall. I've tried the regular lodash, but also lodash-es.  The lodash npm package: (has an index.js file in th...
Does anyone know of a (lodash if possible too) way to group an array of objects by an object key then create a new array of objects based on the grouping? For example, I have an array of car objects:  var cars = [     {         'make': '...
I need to split a JavaScript array into n sized chunks.  E.g.: Given this array  ["a1", "a2", "a3", "a4", "a5", "a6", "a7", "a8", "a9", "a10", "a11", "a12&#...
I have this sample data returned from an API.  I'm using Lodash's _.groupBy to convert the data into an object I can use better. The raw data returned is this:  [     {         "name": "jim",         "color": "bl...
I have 2 nested objects which are different and I need to know if they have difference in one of their nested properties.  var a = {}; var b = {};  a.prop1 = 2; a.prop2 = { prop3: 2 };  b.prop1 = 2; b.prop2 = { prop3: 3 };   The object could be muc...
I have a HUGE collection and I am looking for a property by key someplace inside the collection. What is a reliable way to get a list of references or full paths to all objects containing that key/index? I use jQuery and lodash if it helps and you...
I'm trying to use lodash use it at ng-repeat directives, in this way:  <div ng-controller="GridController" ng-repeat="n in _.range(5)">     <div>Hello {{n}}</div> </div>   Being GridController:  IndexModu...
I have an object that looks like this:  var obj = {     "objectiveDetailId": 285,     "objectiveId": 29,     "number": 1,     "text": "x",     "subTopics": [{         "subTopicId": 1,         &#...
I have two arrays of objects that represent email addresses that have a label and a value:  var original = [   {     label: 'private',     value: '[email protected]'   },   {     label: 'work',     value: '[email protected]
C# 6.0 has just been released and has a new nice little feature that I'd really like to use in JavaScript. They're called Null-conditional operators. These use a ?. or ?[] syntax.  What these do is essentially allow you to check that the obje...

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