I have the following class that is utilizing a Proxy for getting properties and methods:  class User extends Model {      static table = 'users';     _attributes = {         id: 1,         firstName: 'Testing',         lastName: '...
Imagine a simple recursive function, which we are trying to wrap in order to instrument input and output.    // A simple recursive function. const count = n => n && 1 + count(n-1);  // Wrap a function in a proxy to instrument input and out...
I want to use an ES6 proxy to trap the following common code:  for (let key in trapped) {     if (!Object.prototype.hasOwnProperty.call(obj, key)) continue;     let value = trapped[key];     //various code }   But after reviewing the proxy documentat...
ECMAScript 6 introduces proxy object, which may be created as revocable.  How can I detect if a proxy has been revoked?...
I want user to only set specific properties to an object but as the same time that object should be constructed from custom class.  For example  var row = new Row({   name : 'John Doe',   email : '[email protected]' }, Schema);   ro...
Is there any significant difference between Reflect and Proxy?  From what is documented, it seems that they have pretty much the same capabilities, apart from:   Reflect being capable of specifying only one trap at the time. Proxy being revocable. Pr...
I am trying to call .toString() on a function proxy.  Simply creating a function proxy and calling toString causes "TypeError: Function.prototype.toString is not generic", setting the toString to return the source of the original causes "...
I am trying to make a Proxy object of Image to trap properties but even with an empty handler I get an error message.     TypeError: Argument 1 of Node.appendChild does not implement interface Node.   The proxy object is suppose to act as the target...
I am compiling the code with babel (env), compiling down to ES5.  Here's the code:    (async () => {      const p = async () => {           return new Proxy({}, {                get: (target, property) => {                     console.lo...
When I was reading about ES6 Proxies, it seemed simple enough to understand until I had taken a look at this example.  I'm stumped. I don't understand the "wet/dry" terminology that they use, and I have no idea when I'd end up in...

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