I've been using the module pattern for a while, but recently have started wanting to mix in functions and properties into them to increase code re-use.  I've read some good resources on the subject, but still am a bit uncertain as to the best...
Currently I have this structure:  (function(myScope) {   myScope.public = function() {alert("I'm public!")};   myScope.privileged = function() {alert("I can call private!"); private();};   var private = function() {alert("I...
I'm trying to understand js module patterns in use with jQuery. I've edited this a couple of times and will try to end up with a good practice for my skill level (a couple of months fresh on jquery).  There's no direct question in this po...
I am having trouble getting this code structure to survive obfuscation with the Google Closure Compiler. Here's some sample code:  var MyModule = (function() {        function myModule()     {         // Constructor     }      function moduleFoo(...
I'm trying to understand how public` properties in the (Revealing) Module Pattern work. An advantage pointed out by Carl Danley "The Revealing Module Pattern" is:     Explicitly defined public methods and variables which lead to increased...
I've seen the following three code blocks as examples of the JavaScript module pattern.  What are the differences, and why would I choose one pattern over the other?  Pattern 1  function Person(firstName, lastName) {     var firstName = firstName...
I can define private member fields in module pattern using the code below      var myClass = function(){        var private_field1,private_field_2;        var private_func1 = function(){             //.......        }         //.........        var m...
I've read about the Revealing Module Pattern and I love it. But what about large projects where the 'master-object' has tens of sub-objects and maybe hundreds of functions. I wouldn't want to be the one to place all that code in one...
For the module pattern, I'm doing something like:  (function(namespace) {     // tons of code     // blabla })(window.myGlobalNamespace);   How do I split the code? I can think of a few ways, like use a hierachy of namespaces, or expand the objec...
Is there a way to have a public function from the module-pattern accessing private variables dynamically? test1 shows what I mean with "access dynamically" but with public variables  var x = (function(){     var x=0, y=2, z=5;      return {...

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