Keith Williams – I luv JavaScript, I think I got a problem

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I love JavaScript I think I got a problem,

Thru the quirks and wats yea I still love em,

I love JavaScript I think I got a problem,

Thru the quirks and wats yea I still love em,

I love JavaScript I think I got a problem,

Thru the quirks and wats yea I still love em,

if you looking for context without involvin’,

force this on ur method then we call em,


Uhh,

ur in JS world now,

where you pass functions thru functions like wow,

keep those references alive and in style,

closures steals context scope and be out,


With math it’ll predict and change the type

Classes cascade methods, I’m talking prototype,

Hoisting, call it whenever, whatever,

However, defining at the top is better,

Anonymous functions are strange and magical,

Like using new to inherit classical,

Syntax is tight, semicolons for clarity,

Strict flexi-ness, increases popularity

You even use JavaScript to grab nodes from the DOM,

that’s for another song,

Avoid side effects with variables by passin,

Test code, run it, fix it, refactor, Jasmine…

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