How do I emulate PHP-style __get() and __set() magic getter/setters in JavaScript? A lot of people say that this is currently impossible. I am almost certain that it is possible because projects like nowjs (http://nowjs.com) do something like this....
Is there a way to get a get/set behaviour on an array? I imagine something like this:  var arr = ['one', 'two', 'three']; var _arr = new Array();  for (var i = 0; i < arr.length; i++) {     arr[i].__defineGetter__('valu...
There's a few previous questions on StackOverflow questioning how one goes about accessing local variables via the scope chain, like if you wanted to reference a local variables using bracket notation and a string, you'd need something like _...
what are actually getter and setter methods in ES6 class definition? are they infact prototype props ? for examle:  class Person{   constructor(){};   get name(){     return 'jack';   }   set name(){     // ???   } }   does this equals to Per...
Consider the following code:  var x = 0;  var o = {};  function getter() {     return x; }  Object.defineProperty(o, "y", {     get: getter,     set: function (y) {         x = y;          Object.defineProperty(o, "y", {             g...
I'd like to create a class in JS that uses native getters and setters. I know I can create getters/setters for objects, like so:  var obj = {     get value(){         return this._value;     },     set value(val){         this._value = val;     }...
I am a backend developer that has developed mostly in Java so I was taught to use setters/getters instead of directly accessing the properties of a class.  Now I'm getting into the frontend world and now got to js/ts. I've seen lot of people...
I was tearing my hair out to get this done...particularly for an html5 detection script. I wanted a variable that is set only once and that can't be overwritten again. This is it:  var StaticConfiguration = {}; StaticConfiguration.Main = {     _h...
Consider the following code:    const defclass = prototype => {     const constructor = prototype.constructor;     constructor.prototype = prototype;     return constructor; };  const Person = defclass({     constructor: function Person(firstname,...
I want to achieve a syntax similar to this one using JS setters and getters:  globe.camera.position = Position.create();   This is supossed to be equivalent to this expression:  globe.getCamera().setPosition(Position.create());   I have no problem in...

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