Mout is a comprehensive utility library that provides a wide range of functions, which makes its file size larger compared to remeda. Remeda, on the other hand, emphasizes smaller bundle sizes and aims to be more lightweight and modular.
Both mout and remeda offer a similar set of utility functions. They provide functionalities like array manipulation, object manipulation, string manipulations, etc. However, mout has a larger collection of functions and covers a broader range of use cases.
Both libraries offer a clean and intuitive API that is easy to work with. Mout follows a more traditional approach with a tightly integrated API, whereas remeda has a more functional approach with a pipable API. The choice between the two largely depends on personal preference and familiarity.
Mout is no longer actively maintained and its last release was in 2016, which might be a concern for developers looking for ongoing support and updates. Remeda, on the other hand, is actively maintained and frequently updated to address issues and add new features.