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OLMIS-6623: Released ui-components service 7.2.0-RC2

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Released ui-components service 7.2.0-RC1

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Changed version to 7.2.0-SNAPSHOT
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I see, so I'm resolving my comment.

I see, so I'm resolving my comment.

I found something like this just to note that JSON stringify function is not quick. Used with larger arrays will definitely introduce lag and this Please do note that you are no longer comparing th...

I found something like this just to note that JSON stringify function is not quick. Used with larger arrays will definitely introduce lag and this Please do note that you are no longer comparing the object but the string representation of the object. It may not be exactly what you want

From another side, I asked Nikodem Graczewski about this because I know that we should not use the underscore library and he said that I can use it in this case

Maybe use JSON.stringify instead of _.isEqual? I don't think we want to use underscore methods... Am I right, Mateusz Kwiatkowski?

Maybe use JSON.stringify instead of _.isEqual? I don't think we want to use underscore methods... Am I right, Mateusz Kwiatkowski?