JavaScript Best Practices – Using Prototypes



In this video, follow along with expert author Jeremy McPeak as he explains how to use JavaScript prototypes. For more information about the course, as well as more free lessons, visit http://oreil.ly/2p4CweU.

When you’re creating multiple objects, Jeremy explains that you should look for the things that could be considered a prototype – things that don’t change, functions for example, or anything that an object would need but is never, or rarely, modified.

This course helps you transition from JavaScript novice to JavaScript pro by teaching you the techniques and practices used by the seasoned practitioner.

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