Currently in ES5 many of us are using the following pattern in frameworks to create classes and class variables, which is comfy:    // ES 5 FrameWork.Class({      variable: 'string',     variable2: true,      init: function(){      },...
Has anyone noticed this behavior before? This really threw me off... I would have expected prototyped arrays to be private to each class instance rather than shared between all class instances.  Can someone verify that this is the correct behavior...
I'm trying to toggle the visibility of certain DIV elements on a website depending on the class of each DIV. I'm using a basic JavaScript snippet to toggle them. The problem is that the script only uses getElementById, as getElementByClass...
I'm using ECMAScript6 modules. What is the correct way to export/import multiple methods from a module from the options below?  Single class of static methods:  //------ myClass.js ------  export default class myClass {    static myMethod1() {...
I followed a tutorial for creating a JavaScript stopwatch and am trying to expand it to work with multiple stopwatches (multiple instances of a class).  The problem I have is when I am trying to display the current value while the clock is ticking...
What's the standard way to call static methods? I can think of using constructor or using the name of the class itself, I don't like the latter since it doesn't feel necessary. Is the former the recommended way, or is there something el...
I have an issue in angular.js with directive/class ng-cloak or ng-show.  Chrome works fine, but Firefox is causing blink of elements with ng-cloak or ng-show. IMHO it's caused by the converting ng-cloak/ng-show to style="display: none;"...
I want to implement constants in a class, because that's where it makes sense to locate them in the code.  So far, I have been implementing the following workaround with static methods:  class MyClass {     static constant1() { return 33; }...
Let's say I instantiate an object in Javascript like this:  var myObj = new someObject();   Now, is it possible to obtain the var object's name as string 'myObj' from within one of the class methods?    Additional details (edited):...
When using a constructor function in JavaScript to create a class, is it possible to redefine the class's method later?  Example:  function Person(name) {     this.name = name;     this.sayHello = function() {         alert('Hello, ' +...

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