Message from JavaScript discussions

April 2017

— In terms of the syntax required ie private vs manual scope restrictions

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You manually define an interface which reveals the modules you want to be public, through a publics object or just returning a literal

— For me good class syntax would trim hundreds of lines of code by not requiring that

— And it will be more familiar to new commers from java and others

— I see, just closures as private scopes

— Right yes currently there is a lot of Object.assign and other such object management required along with manually restricting or opening up scopes to share members

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— The provided class syntax falls flat when it comes to extending

— I found an example I wrote awhile ago

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function myClass () {
var self;
var myObj = {
combined: self,
privates: {
prop: "Hello World"
},
publics: {
prop: "Sup Bro"
}
};
self = Object.assign({}, myObj.privates, myObj.publics);
return myObj;
}

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— This is my variant of that pattern, not exactly the same and saves some time

— This because js is basically a prototyping object oriented language

— (cb) => Promise.resolve().then(cb)

This? Or I miss understand?