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Hiding implementation details to decrease complexity? Less rewriting code? More maintainable projects? Count me in! I started out learning programming concepts in Swift; the static typing and straightforward syntax made more complex OO concepts so much easier to grasp.
So I decided to write this post with hopes to save others from the same confusion that I experienced. Note to reader: Constructing Objects. There are a surprising amount of ways you can create objects in JS. This is one of the things that confuses many at first.
Good old object literals. No weird syntax here:. The advantages of using object literals to create objects include convenience, flexibility in declaration, and less code during declaration. There are definitely issues with object literals though. If you want to create two similar objects, you have to copy and paste the methods and properties and edit what you need changed. Factory functions are a good way to more effectively group properties and functionality into objects.
Check it out:.
Here, createPerson name returns an object literal that can now be used as a normal object. You can pass parameters to easily tweak objects you want to reuse with different properties. Factory functions provide an element of re-usability while retaining a lot of the flexibility you get with object literals.
These functions are the most conventional way to create objects that use functionality from each other using prototypal inheritance. What is prototypal inheritance, you ask? Let me show you using constructor functions. Take the Person object from the last two examples:. Here is where it gets interesting. I know this can be super confusing.
If you have any questions or would like clarity on how exactly prototypes work, please send me a message or comment and check out the docs at Mozilla. But then again, this is an entirely new experience with all kinds of new opportunities.
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