Rob Ashton : you have ruined JavaScript

Rob Ashton : you have ruined JavaScript

Rob talks about “enterprise”-level-like frameworks in JavaScript and the complexity of abstractions in some of them. For example, quoting AngularJS framework documentation like this:

An Angular “service” is a singleton object created by a “service factory”. These service factories are functions which, in turn, are created by a “service provider”. “The service providers are constructor functions”. When instantiated they must contain a property called $get, which holds the service factory function.

Whether you agree (I do) or disagree with his point of view, the blog post is still hilarious.

2 thoughts on “Rob Ashton : you have ruined JavaScript”

  1. quoting:

    “you’ve just brought your factory provider providers with you into what was once an okay place to get stuff done.”

    This line sums pretty much everything written there :)

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