next-transpile-modules VS lodash

Compare next-transpile-modules vs lodash and see what are their differences.


Next.js plugin to transpile code from node_modules (by martpie)


A modern JavaScript utility library delivering modularity, performance, & extras. (by lodash)
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next-transpile-modules lodash
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Posts with mentions or reviews of next-transpile-modules. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-10-24.


Posts with mentions or reviews of lodash. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-01-21.
  • "You-Dont-Need-Lodash-Underscore": ESLint plugin for migration guidance to use newer native JS functions
    3 projects | | 21 Jan 2022
  • Testing many repos/issues
    20 projects | | 19 Jan 2022
  • How ESLint Can Enforce Your Design System Best Practices
    3 projects | | 19 Jan 2022
    However, the rules you enable in your project don't need to come directly from ESLint. Popular libraries like Cypress, Lodash, and React have ESLint configurations that anyone can use in their own projects to ensure users adhere to best practices. If you're an intrepid explorer of the JavaScript language you can go a step further and create custom rules specific to your design system which you can export for other people to use in their projects. That's exactly what we'll do in these articles.
  • What's the big deal about filter, map and reduce?
    1 project | | 13 Jan 2022
    For a long type, JS was kind of a hodgepodge language that didn't have real classes nor these functional programming building blocks (see array method support in mdn). The Lodash library was used for a long time to get them as util methods.
  • Package your NodeJS Lambda functions individually with esbuild for faster cold-start times
    7 projects | | 4 Jan 2022
    Tree-shaking and reduced deployment package size - a bundler will only include the node dependencies your function imports, and if enabled correctly for tree-shaking, your overall bundle size will be reduced to just the blocks of code that are needed (which is great for multi-functional libraries like lodash which are rarely used as a whole).
  • JavaScript Function Composition: What is Composition Function?
    2 projects | | 2 Jan 2022
    Lodash: One of the most popular libraries used by developers today. It is a JavaScript library that provides utility functions for common programming tasks using the functional programming paradigm.
  • Lodash Merge
    1 project | | 1 Jan 2022
  • i'm about to fail my intro. to CS class because of Nested For Loops
    1 project | | 19 Dec 2021
    If you are working in JavaScript lodash is your best friend. for other languages make sure you read the documentation on array manipulation and helper functions like Map and indexOf.
  • How to create a Node and React Monorepo with Git Submodules
    4 projects | | 17 Dec 2021
    Let's say that there's a utility library that we want to use in both our React app and on our Express server. For simplicity let's choose lodash which many people are familiar with.
  • Unix philosophy without left-pad, Part 2 - Minimizing dependencies with a utilities package
    3 projects | | 16 Dec 2021
    And now because of the decision to add rearg, lodash will forever be burdened by the additional complexity and ongoing maintenance of a function that doesn't really need to exist. If you ctrl+f for rearg in the code, you can see that there's actually quite a lot of code complexity involved in rearg. In fact, I think there's even an error in the rearg-related comments on line 5477, where it incorrectly says that the bitmask flag for rearg is 128 (when the real value is 256), which is a bug waiting to happen.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing next-transpile-modules and lodash you can also consider the following projects:

ramda - :ram: Practical functional Javascript

underscore - JavaScript's utility _ belt

lazy.js - Like Underscore, but lazier


immutable-js - Immutable persistent data collections for Javascript which increase efficiency and simplicity.

Sugar - A Javascript library for working with native objects.

Mout - Modular JavaScript Utilities

TypeScript - TypeScript is a superset of JavaScript that compiles to clean JavaScript output.

jQuery - jQuery JavaScript Library

Rambda - Faster and smaller alternative to Ramda

mori - ClojureScript's persistent data structures and supporting API from the comfort of vanilla JavaScript

request - 🏊🏾 Simplified HTTP request client.