JS Programming in C# – Objects on the fly

Creating objects without defining types is considered a great flexibility in JavaScript. JavaScript treats objects nothing more than key-value pairs. Yeah, you can declare functions in the object but they are still part of the key-value philosophy. Bottomline: JavaScript did not start out as an object oriented language.

Typically, objects are created on the fly1 using the object literal syntax:

let obj = {
   name: "Will",
   age: 26
};

There are scenarios when creating objects on the fly is indeed a flexibility.

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