javascripty-ness or python-like idioms for javascript

kai zhu kaizhu256 at gmail.com
Mon May 20 07:59:22 UTC 2019


coming from a python background, it would be nice if javascript had some
core design-philosophy to guide its evolution rather than haphazardly
following fads and cues from other languages.  currently, my strawman idea
of what constitutes javascripty-ness is:

"achieving your ux-workflow objective, such that passing end-to-end data
between [client/server/storage] nodes and components requires the fewest
and least-complicated transformation-steps possible."

for example, i wouldn't consider the temporal-proposal very javascripty,
since it uses excessive [class] transformations to baton-pass datetime
between nodes, compared to say ... using static-functions that input/output
mostly canonical-isostrings.
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