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Mout - A Modular Utility-Belt JavaScript Library For The Browser & Node.js

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Mout - A Modular Utility-Belt JavaScript Library For The Browser & Node.js

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Mout is a modular utility-belt JavaScript library,  similar to the popular Underscore. js for use in the browser (as an AMD modules) or with Node.js (with no overhead). The purpose of Mout is to provide many helpers methods for various common programming tasks, such as those found in other programming languages like Python, Ruby and PHP.

Mout has a simple build system, while providing a consistent and clean API for the various methods provided.  It also normalizes behavior across browsers, hence you can consider it as a cross-browser standard JavaScript library.

All the code found in Mout is library agnostic.  It does not have any other dependencies. Mout is meant to be used alongside libraries such as jQuery, Dojo, etc. Mout provides helpers methods for array, collection, number, object, query string, string, time manipulation as well as many other methods.

The Mout documentation is very extensive, which should make use of the library quite easy.  The main goals of Mout are to increase code reuse, easy debugging, easy maintenance and modularity.

Requirements: None
Demo: http:/ / moutjs. com/
License: MIT License

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