Underscore has a series of dedicated functions targeting objects, which extends the features provided for collections.
We will revisit the
propertyFormatter related examples to showcase some of the object-related features, and we will start with the function
_.keys(object). This function will extract an array containing the names of all enumerable properties from the
object parameter. It ignores any properties that are inherited, and if you want to include those as well you need to use the
_.allKeys(object) function instead.
Going back to the original
propertyFormatter.extractPropertiesForDisplayAsArray() function introduced in Chapter 2, Using Underscore.js with Collections, we can now change it to use
_.keys(object) to ensure ...