Returns the collection with the specified Id. A newly created empty collection will be returned if the Id is not previously used.

Returns true if a collection with the specified Id exists, i.e. has been created with Noodl.Collection.get.

Adds or removes an event listener from the collection. Supported events:

Example usage:

myCollection.on('change',function() {
    // The items of myCollection has changed, e.g. a model has been added or removed
    // will NOT be triggered if the properties of the models have changed

myCollection.on('add',function(args) {
    // The model args.item have been added to this collection

myCollection.on('remove',function(args) {
    // The model args.item have been removed from this collection
    // The model was removed from index args.index

This will replace all items of the collection with the supplied items. The items argument can be either an array with objects, in that case models will automatically be created for the objects with the Noodl.Model.create function. The array can also include a mix of objects and models. The items argument can be another collection.

The id of the models (or the id attribute of an object) will be used to determine if the model is part of the items of this collections. Models that are already contained in the collection will be updated, models that are not will be added (firing the appropriate events) and models that are no longer in the collection will be removed.

Returns true if the model item exists in the collection.

Adds a model item to the end of the collection.

Removes a model item from the collection.

Returns the size of the collection, the number of models in the collection.

Returns the model item at the specified index, or undefined if out of bounds.

Iterates over all models of the collection and calls the callback function for each model with model and index as arguments.

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