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Mon Dec 18 11:25:21 UTC 2017
hierarchies that require overriden methods, and offer a memory performance
gain in the case of when there are many instances vs using plain objects to
do the same (which incurs a memory overhead for each instance's functions
even when they are the same as each other). The only encapsulated way of
doing this before ES6 was to use prototype, which is easier to get wrong
especially if there is more than two levels of depth of method inheritance.
You get to chose what works for you. You can even argue for using plain
objects in certain cases where somebody has decided to use classes. That
has nothing to do with what the language offers for those whose
applications are simpler and more performant using classes instead.
On Mon, 18 Dec 2017 at 03:31 Frederick Stark <coagmano at gmail.com> wrote:
> I appreciate hearing Kai's point of view and think that we've had this
> exact discussion enough times. At this point it just adds to inbox weight
> without changing any minds
> On Dec 18 2017, at 8:23 am, Terence M. Bandoian <terence at tmbsw.com>
>> I appreciate hearing Kai's point of view and don't think he should be
>> -Terence Bandoian
>> On 12/17/2017 2:03 PM, T.J. Crowder wrote:
>> On Sun, Dec 17, 2017 at 7:21 PM, Jordan Harband <ljharb at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Adding features in *no way* sacrifices simplicity or ease-of-use
>> > for smaller web projects; as has been said many times on this
>> > list, if you don't like any new feature, simply choose not to use
>> > it.
>> And in many or even most cases, markedly *improves* simplicity and
>> ease-of-use. As has also been repeatedly pointed out.
>> Kai: Genuine questions are fine. Questions which are really just you
>> pushing your agenda of "don't change anything ever again" and your personal
>> -- and solitary -- claim that "all this new stuff makes life difficult for
>> people" are, at best, pointless. Your position has been made crystal clear.
>> There's no need to bang on about it.
>> -- T.J. Crowder
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