Private members in coffeescript and the query string

Because coffeescript is really just a thin veneer over javaScript there are, in my opinion, a few lost opportunities. For example, when you create a class all members (properties or functions) are public. However, there are work arounds. I created a class to help me work with query string parameters. Actually, I ended up creating […]

Classes, static properties, and inheritance in Coffeescript

I fear the documentation for coffeescript does not really explain the way that static and instance members work terribly well. So, I’ve put together this rough guide to classes in coffeescript For this set of examples, I’m going to use my standard class diagram that you may have seen on other blog posts: Creating a […]