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What are the Javascript libraries you depend on?

I'm getting back into "real programming(tm)" with Javascript, after years of reaching for it only when I needed to manipulate a web page in the browser. As I dive back in, I'm stumbling on some great libraries, like Underscore.js (developed by the folks at DocumentCloud), persistence.js, and require.js, which make aspects of writing large programs in Javascript easier or faster.

So, I'm wondering what other libraries are out there that I should look at? What are the libraries that you rely on every day when programming in Javascript?

(I should note, I'm not asking about libraries that are focused on DOM-manipulation, AJAX, or user interface elements, like jQuery, Prototype, Mootools, ExtJS, etc.)

P.S. This a community wiki question.

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