In the section about inheritance in the MDN article Introduction to Object Oriented Javascript, I noticed they set the prototype.constructor:  // correct the constructor pointer because it points to Person Student.prototype.constructor = Student;...
I have built a large application using JavaScript prototype and inheritance. But I am having a hard time organizing my code. For example I have a class carousel which has many functions like this:  Carousel.prototype.next = function () {...} Carous...
To make a JavaScript class with a public method I'd do something like:  function Restaurant() {}  Restaurant.prototype.buy_food = function(){    // something here }  Restaurant.prototype.use_restroom = function(){    // something here }   That...
What are the functional differences between the following two Javascript prototypes, and are there any benefits for choosing one over the other?  Option 1:  Person.prototype.sayName = function(name) {    alert(name); }   Option 2:   Person.prototyp...
Can someone clarify the difference between a constructor function and a factory function in Javascript.  When to use one instead of the other?...
I created a JavaScript object, but how I can determine the class of that object?  I want something similar to Java's .getClass() method....
In JavaScript we have a few ways of getting the properties of an object, depending on what we want to get.   1) Object.keys(), which returns all own, enumerable properties of an object, an ECMA5 method.  2) a for...in loop, which returns all the en...
I read this a lot in many JavaScript introductions. I just don't understand it. I always think of objects as something with methods and properties.  Arrays I understand, since it has key value pair. How about "Strings" or "Numbers&#...

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