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Survey of JavaScript Inheritance Techniques

"JavaScript isn't object-oriented and doesn't have inheritance." Oh really?

August 16th, 2006 • Develop •
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You write your web pages with JavaScript using AJAX, but you need a particular framework. Heck, they're everywhere.

With the popularity of JavaScript becoming necessary, people aren't considering it a language because it doesn't support the fundamentals of OOP.

Ajaxian reported an article about Joshua Gertzen and his team creating ThinWire Ajax framework, but the key point of this article was about how to use inheritance in JavaScript.

Since we all use JavaScript, this is quite a handy post to hang on to for future reference.

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