Since lazy inheritance called only once at the moment of first object instance creation, it seems logical to combine process of class prototype creation with resolving necessary dependencies of that class.
The instances of objects in lazy inheritance are created in "mixed" mode — on first invocation, a factory is used to modify class prototype which is later used for subsequent object instances creation. In other words, the process of prototype construction also allows loading scripts (if ones were not loaded before) which particular class depends on.
Such approach to inheritance support has the following benefits:
- It is not necessary to maintain proper order of script files declaration;
- Dependencies are declared in more explicit way and class depends only on concrete scripts; Moreover, it's not necessary to artificially group particular scripts into modules and define dependencies between such modules;
- If lazy mode of scripts loading is used, only necessary scripts (which are actually required for application functionality) will be loaded. If, for example, some HTML page may operate in different modes, like "read-write" and "read-only", for every mode required scripts will be loaded and this will be performed automatically without manual script loading optimization.
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