Thoughts from the Wet Coast

The musings of an ASP.NET Developer from Canada's We(s)t Coast


JavaScript is actually quite a simple language.  It is described as a loosely typed language, which means that unlike C# it doesn’t enforce a strict “typing” model. 

In fact, in JavaScript, aside from a few primitive value types, everything is an object.  Ok, some of you C# developers are saying – that’s true of C#, everything in C# is considered an object.  The difference is that whereas in C# everything is an instance of a class which "derives” from the Object class, everything in JavaScript actually is an object.

May 20 2015


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