string-to-json - Convert a string representation of dot-notion key into json format object

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Convert a string representation of dot-notion key into json format object. It is particularly useful for converting req.query with dot notation as the key into json.

https://github.com/murvinlai/string-to-json

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underscore-x : >= 0.1.0

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