Baldur Bjarnason

... works as a web developer in Hveragerði, Iceland, and writes about the web, digital publishing, and web/product development

These are his notes

“How Marketing Changed OOP In JavaScript — Smashing Magazine”

IMO, the primary reasons to use classes in JS are if you’re writing TypeScript, making custom elements, or are forced to use a dependency built on them. JS classes aren’t a particularly good abstraction.