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Created Oct 17, 2018 — forked from zcaceres/
Understanding Binding and 'this' in Javascript

How to Eyeball Your ‘This’ Context in Javascript

The early programmer struggles with the Javascript keyword this. But understanding your this context is easier than it seems.

This is all about where a function is invoked. Often, early programmers worry about where the function was declared. Perhaps the function was declared in a specific file or a particular object. Surely this changes it's this!


To understand this, we need to see where it is invoked. Nothing else matters, with one exception which we'll cover in a moment.

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