Is.JS a general purpose check library

Working on a way to consistently check for values when dealing with JavaScript conditionals, and as you might already know from [one](http://blog.mgechev.com/2013/02/22/javascript-the-weird-parts/) or [two articles](https://medium.com/@daffl/javascript-the-weird-parts-8ff3da55798e) written previously by some experienced developers out there.

To solve my issue I found a very cool library that will deal with almost all the basic conditionals in a pretty readable way, it’s called [is.js](http://arasatasaygin.github.io/is.js/). Check out the [library’s GitHub repository](https://github.com/arasatasaygin/is.js) and follow the project to know more about it.

What sold it for me was the tiny file size, no dependencies what so ever and a very good performance, that’s why it’s called a “micro” library.

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