An every day tool of the developer's trade is a text diff program. Most probably know of it when they are comparing two source files between commits or branches. It's also useful when you are comparing data that is structurally similar. Traditional diff tools focus on text because it is easy to compare two strings and see the changes between the two.
Luckily, I found the deep-diff package which addresses most of these issues. The output isn't as readily apparent as doing a text diff but it provides a lot more information. It can tell you what kind of change took place, whether it is in an array, object key, or data value. It's also very useful for testing if an object equivalent to another, similar to lodash's _.isEqual.
I wrote a few test cases for that covers the basic usage. Check them out below: