Incredible article on Javascript!

I have been programming Object Oriented languages for a very long time (since OO Turbo-Pascal in late 80’s). The truth is that I myself had probably misunderstood JavaScript. Why? Two sets of reasons: a) all those reasons described in the article mentioned bellow, b) as a result of a I devoted no time in studying it.

Well, better late than never: From now on I am going to think twice when I need a piece of functionality on the client.

Do read this article by Douglas Crockford:

JavaScript - The World's Most Misunderstood Programming Language

P.S. Don’t miss in the article above the link to the code for inheritance in JavaScript. I am not going thought the cons of JavaScript here but in the pros compare it to inheritance models supported by C# and Java.

BTW: What do you think of multiple inheritance. We used to be able to use it in the C++ days (C++ is still around but anyway). Do you miss it in C# or Java? (I mean multiple inheritance of classes not interfaces i.e. class c inherits class a and class b. In C# and Java you can inherit form max one class and implement as many interfaces as required. But of course interfaces do not include base implementations…).

Also: Can you give me your best example where you really missed multiple inheritance?