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The Principles of Object-Oriented JavaScript [Paperback]

Nicholas C. Zakas
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Table of Contents

About the Author; About the Technical Reviewer; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Who This Book Is For; Overview; Help and Support; Chapter 1: Primitive and Reference Types; 1.1 What Are Types?; 1.2 Primitive Types; 1.3 Reference Types; 1.4 Instantiating Built-in Types; 1.5 Property Access; 1.6 Identifying Reference Types; 1.7 Identifying Arrays; 1.8 Primitive Wrapper Types; 1.9 Summary; Chapter 2: Functions; 2.1 Declarations vs. Expressions; 2.2 Functions as Values; 2.3 Parameters; 2.4 Overloading; 2.5 Object Methods; 2.6 Summary; Chapter 3: Understanding Objects; 3.1 Defining Properties; 3.2 Detecting Properties; 3.3 Removing Properties; 3.4 Enumeration; 3.5 Types of Properties; 3.6 Property Attributes; 3.7 Preventing Object Modification; 3.8 Summary; Chapter 4: Constructors and Prototypes; 4.1 Constructors; 4.2 Prototypes; 4.3 Summary; Chapter 5: Inheritance; 5.1 Prototype Chaining and Object.prototype; 5.2 Object Inheritance; 5.3 Constructor Inheritance; 5.4 Constructor Stealing; 5.5 Accessing Supertype Methods; 5.6 Summary; Chapter 6: Object Patterns; 6.1 Private and Privileged Members; 6.2 Mixins; 6.3 Scope-Safe Constructors; 6.4 Summary;  ;|

  • About the Author
  • About the Technical Reviewer
  • Foreword
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1: Primitive and Reference Types
  • Chapter 2: Functions
  • Chapter 3: Understanding Objects
  • Chapter 4: Constructors and Prototypes
  • Chapter 5: Inheritance
  • Chapter 6: Object Patterns
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