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Classical Inheritance is Obsolete – How to Think in Prototypal OO

That’s right. I said it. To a packed room at the O’Reilly Fluent Conference: JavaScript and Beyond, 2013. And I’ll say it again: Classical inheritance is obsolete. Classes are dead. They just don’t know it, yet. πŸ˜‰

Check out the corresponding blog post, “Fluent JavaScript – Three Different Kinds Of Prototypal OO”.

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6 thoughts on “Classical Inheritance is Obsolete – How to Think in Prototypal OO

  1. Pingback: Fluent JavaScript – Three Different Kinds of Prototypal OO « Eric Elliott – JavaScript Architect (A JavaScript Blog)

  2. Thanks for this talk. Truly gave some enlightenment. Coming from an ActionScript 3 background, which resembles C# and Java, I’m having a hard time coming to grips with this subject in JS. Composition is usually the solution, but your insights clarify a lot for me. Bought your now I feel that you have a lot of the answers I’m searching for πŸ™‚

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