The course is part of this learning path
- Learn how to create a constructor method
- Learn how to create a constructor prototype
- Learn the differences between a method and a prototype
- Learn when to use one or the other
Now I'm going to use the hasOwnProperty method again on this prototype. console.log userOne.hasOwnProperty passing through userEmailInfo. And when I execute this, there is a value of false in the console. So what happens when I invoke this method on the userOne object? I will change the hasOwnProperty method to userEmailInfo and execute the console.log. And the method has returned "Their email is email@example.com"
So when should you not be using prototypes? When you're working with single instances of an object usually created with the object literal, not an object constructor. And that's it! Thanks for watching at Cloud Academy.
Farish has worked in the EdTech industry for over six years. He is passionate about teaching valuable coding skills to help individuals and enterprises succeed.
Previously, Farish worked at 2U Inc in two concurrent roles. Farish worked as an adjunct instructor for 2U’s full-stack boot camps at UCLA and UCR. Farish also worked as a curriculum engineer for multiple full-stack boot camp programs. As a curriculum engineer, Farish’s role was to create activities, projects, and lesson plans taught in the boot camps used by over 50 University partners. Along with these duties, Farish also created nearly 80 videos for the full-stack blended online program.
Before 2U, Farish worked at Codecademy for over four years, both as a content creator and part of the curriculum experience team.
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