July 24, 2008
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Chapter 5 focus entirely on using the function objects' built-in prototype property as a means to emulate the concept of classes of objects present in other languages.
Chapter 6 covers possible approaches to implement one of the most important concepts of Object Oriented Programming: inheritance. It covers prototype chaining and multiple inheritance among other aspects.
The last chapter focus on coding styles and well-known design patterns such as Singleton, Factory, Decorator and Observer.
The Object Oriented Programming approach is very important to organize your code better and make it easy to organize and reuse components of code among the same or different projects.
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