Alternatives: big.js, accounting.js
v0.2.0(over 9 years ago)
Currency.js is a lightweight library with a small footprint, making it suitable for projects where size is a concern. Money is also relatively small in size but may have additional dependencies depending on the features used.
Currency.js provides comprehensive functionality for currency formatting, conversion, mathematical operations, and precision handling. It supports advanced features like currency rates, custom formatting, and chaining methods. Money, on the other hand, focuses on providing a simple and intuitive API for currency formatting and conversion without extensive mathematical operations.
Currency.js offers a highly flexible and customizable API. It allows you to define custom currency symbols, formats, and decimal separators. Money, while less customizable, still provides options to define currency symbols and formats.
Both libraries have well-documented APIs with examples and guides. Currency.js, being a more mature and widely-used library, has more extensive documentation and a larger community for support. Money also has good documentation, but it may have fewer resources and community support compared to Currency.js.
Currency.js is known for its excellent performance and efficient calculations, making it suitable for use cases with heavy currency operations. Money also performs well but might not be optimized to the same extent as Currency.js.