Aadit M Shah


Why Prototypal Inheritance Matters

Published: 26 May 2013 | Comments
Five days ago I wrote [Standardizing Harmony Classes](/standardizing-harmony-classes “Aadit M Shah Standardizing Harmony Classes”). It showed how to simulate classes in current JavaScript implementations and how ECMAScript Harmony classes are just syntactic sugar for the same. My programming style has evolved since then, thanks to Om Shankar and the awesome members of the JavaScript Room; and like Douglas Crockford did back in 2006, I too have learned to fully embrace prototypalism.

Standardizing Harmony Classes

Published: 21 May 2013 | Comments

Prototypal Inheritance in JavaScript has always been a puzzle for most programmers. Especially for those who come from a classical inheritance background. The problem is that classes work out of the box. You don’t need to manually set up prototype chains or worry about overriding the constructor property. Hence ECMAScript Harmony classes are a promising new feature.

Hello World!

Published: 16 May 2013 | Comments

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