It's when you lock some common methods in clojure and return factory constructor, which assigns them directly on object, not using .prototype = common
— Consumes more memory, but property access is faster
— So the classical way doesn't really exist in JS?
— Exists, as sugar🤤
— Also, ive read some Papa Crockford article, where he says that you may not even use new keyword, but.. the v8 articles about monomorphic vs polymorphic object say you must use new to reach super-speed. that video, ive dropped, says that JS code may run only 17% slower than C/C++ code if it's monomorphic