Converts a given string, number, or Date object to the number of milliseconds since the Unix epoch, provided that it can be recognized as millisecond, second, or microsecond time within a specified range from the current date.
Provides a collection of non-recursive tools for performing operations on deeply nested object properties and prototypes. Allows for custom execution settings including non-native dataset handling.
Non-recursively creates an array of deep paths and properties within an object. Optionally unpacks prototypes and non-enumerable property descriptors. Supports Objects, Arrays, Maps, and Sets.
Retrieves a nested property from a data source. Supports Objects, Arrays, Maps, Sets, WeakMaps, WeakSets, and JSON. Supports the use of a custom extraction function to handle unsupported datasets.
Sets values within nested objects; creates structure if not found. Supports setting within Objects, Arrays, Maps, Sets, WeakMaps, and WeakSets; supports creation of Objects, Arrays, and Maps.
Interfaces with the Kraken cryptocurrency exchange API. Observes rate limits. Parses response JSON, converts stringed numbers, and normalizes timestamps. Facilitates persistent data syncing.
Simulates an alt-tab operation for the i3 window manager. Shifts the mouse cursor position to the center of focus. Cycles visible windows only.
Provides a collection of runtime assertion tools for checking strict equality, type, and range of a set of values.
A lightweight, extensible set of tools for applying limitations to runtime values