I just read that when creating js objects it's better to assign functions via the prototype vs the object literal constructor. I think this is not the case with the kendo ObservableObject but I am curious, why is that?
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answered on 01 Sep 2014, 07:47 AM
this is correct, using the prototype object for methods in general uses less memory. I am not sure that I understand your concern about the observable object, though. Kendo UI uses a class-based inheritance, which builds prototype objects internally - check the definition of the ObservableObject for one such declaration. May you please clarify further?
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