This is a great and thorough explanation. I wish I could flex my JS more but I just don't get the opportunities. All I can do is read articles nlike this and hope it stays in my head until it might be needed.
Just pretend to explain to someone else the same concepts you learned in the article. Take note of what you forgot or are having difficulty to explain and to through the concepts again, repeat until it sticks.
Funny enough but true
Make a personal project :)
I feel like I just watched a Douglas Crockford lecture in reverse!!
This is a great explanation, but just to weigh in from Crockford's perspective, who's very skeptic about both class and new:
But, as I said, this was a very thorough explanation. Thanks!
"So when you try to access leo.prototype, leo doesn't have a prototype property so it will delegate that lookup to Animal.prototype which indeed does have a constructor property. If this paragraph didn't make sense, go back and read about Object.create above."
I think you meant 'leo.constructor' + 'constructor property'? :)
One of the best article I have read about the JS object and how constructor and prototype chain works..thanks Tyler for this article.
Good article, thank you!
Very good presentation
This is an excellent post on explaining prototypes!! Thank you for sharing!
Good article. Learned a lot today.
Cool! Thanks for this post. I am subscribed to your newsletter. All the material is always very helpful.
Really Great, thank you Tyler
Wow... great article, I've been struggling with this till now. Tnx a lot
Great article, perfectly explained. I also learned a lot today ! Thanks !
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