Message from JavaScript discussions

July 2017

— It is intended, since in navigation, the first would have index as 0


position: function() {
return this.currentindex;

because using collectionMethods.currentindex would be bad?

— Soon it will be substantially different though

— It is used in navigation bar

— Since we are getting new shiny keywords

— I will show u its use case

— One min

— We are?

— Well, I'm not a fan of them, but yes

— Other than class?

— It extends class

— Ohh what's happening