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Eslam Hefnawy
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May 15, 2020 ⋅ 5 min read

Practical use cases for JavaScript ES6 proxies

Eslam Hefnawy Serverless Architect at Serverless, Inc. Co-creator of the Serverless Framework and the lead architect of Serverless Components.

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3 Replies to "Practical use cases for JavaScript ES6 proxies"

  1. There seems to be a typo at the first code snippet in “3. Private properties”. In “handler” definition instead of “target in key” should it read “key in target”?

  2. “While this is a valid use case, it’s generally not encouraged. More on that later.”

    You didn’t really explain why it’s not encouraged, even later on.

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