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JavaScript Introducing ES2015 Classes Structure of Class

Dotun Ogunsakin
Dotun Ogunsakin
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An Important Correction

At 0:55, the instructor states that JavaScript is not a true object-oriented language. This is not quite the case:

JavaScript is in fact an object-oriented language - a prototype-based, object oriented language. What it is not is a class-based, object oriented language.

Classical and Prototypical methods are two ways of creating objects, but objects they definitely are in both cases.

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