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 have a very simple example that is not working.  jsfiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/ThomasDeutsch/8hzhp/3/  // My Model function Customer(id, name, lastname) {     this.Id = ko.observable(id);     this.Name = ko.observable(name);     this.LastName = ko....
I have problem combining javascript callbacks and revealing module pattern. What I'm trying to do is to return the HTTP response text with the carsData.getCars() function method.  Basically what I want to do is:   return the data from xhr.onready...
I'm having a bit of trouble figuring out the best way to implement this.  I want a module that has a constructor that takes in an argument that stores it for later use within the module.  var ModuleB = function(moduleA) {     this.moduleA = modul...
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...
I am learning JavaScript and have come across of the structure below:  var Test = (function () {    function func1() {       //do something.....   }    function func2() {       //do something.....   }    function func3() {       //do something........
I’ve been using the Javascript Revealing Module pattern a lot and I like the clear separation it gives between the public interface and the internals. However I keep running into a situation which makes me wonder if my overall usage pattern is corr...
I am totally new to RequireJS so I'm still trying to find my way around it. I had a project that was working perfectly fine, then I decided to use RequireJS so I messed it up :)  With that out of the way, I have a few questions about RequireJS an...
I want to convert some JavaScript code I've written into TypeScript. I'm rather new to TypeScript syntax and way of thinking, as a JavaScript developer.  What is giving me a headache is the hard time I've had to convert some piece of code...
I'd like to avoid having to remember two names for a method, one for public and one for private access. In that sense, in which case would a script fail if you use same name for both? When would following code fail?  var TestClass = function() {...

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