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- Static Methods Can Access Private Class Constructors In TypeScript
class, private constructor, Unreachable code, new Person, static methods
- Server side architecture with Node and Typescript using Nest
MVC frameworks, MVC pattern, typescript, Nest, Typescript controller
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- Youd be working in a UK based team which would coordinate with a globally distributed development team (Canada, Germany, Czech Republic, Ukraine and Japan).
- What this means is that while no one else outside of the Class can access the private properties or Class A, one instance of class A can actually access the private properties of another instance of Class A.
- Given this private property accessibility, I wanted to see if Static method on a Class could access the private properties of a Class instance.
- Specifically, I wanted to see if Static factory methods could invoke a private constructor, forcing all Class instantiation to go through the static methods.
- To test this, I created a Person class with a private constructor and several static factory methods: – – As you can see, the Person class has a private constructor which takes three name components (first, middle, and last).
- And, if we run this code through ts-node, we get the following console output: – – As you can see, the Static factory methods on the Person class were all able to access and invoke the private class constructor.
- ASP.NET, Django and Spring developers will find the strongly typed approach of Typescript and the architecture of Nest very familiar.
- Like others MVC frameworks, characteristic such as highly testability, scalability, loosely coupling are the core part of Nest.
- Lets take an overview of the project key parts… – – contains the definitions of all the components injected through dependency injection: – – The entity generates a new table on our data source, it will be used to store informations about some labels.
- It defines some DTO models in order to expose any sort of APIs to allow to modify data: – – As said before, Nest.js architecture is closer to a lot of MVC frameworks.
- Here is a similar implementation using ASP.NET Core: – – As you can see, the C# controller brings the same key concept of the Typescript controller: both use an dependency injection approach, and both uses decorators in order to provide and enhance the controller actions.