Javascript inheritance explained 2

Wow. It’s been almost 2 years since I’ve finished a technical blog post! I’ve started plenty, but have just never quite finished any. I figure it’s either because I try to tackle too much in a single post and/or because I am way too picky about the topic. Anyways, here’s a new blog post to prove I didn’t actually fall off the face of the Earth!

In my previous post, I laid out the basic Javascript inheritance mechanism, prototype chaining. In this post, I’ll elaborate on it a bit more by showing how I took this basic concept and created something workable for some very bright, but prototype-phobic programmers: Oracle Life Sciences division’s Java developers! (Java and Javascript couldn’t be more different in almost every regard, especially concerning inheritance.)
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