Message from JavaScript discussions

February 2019

— Is anyone here intentionally using the prototype chain to fake object oriented programming?

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So, if you do stop() the torch is off, right. you say you want to on/off torch only. i think you want to record video silently, but it's bound to the device and driver, JS in browser cant do much about it.

— Theme name please

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— Farida Wulandari:
I have read this but I cant found a solution

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/Media_Streams_API/Constraints

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— Sounds like you want to start jihad on the internet🤤 there will be no such feature in the browser API. it's obvious, without any reading.

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— OOP in JS is based on prototypes, so there is no "fake". Fake is peseudo-classical inheritance.

— Https://developers.google.com/web/updates/2019/01/nic72#public-class-fields

— Here, how it's developed according to JS userbase.

— Yep but therefore classes can behave differently than you would expect from normal oop languages such as java.

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— Not statically copy pasting when you extend a class