Custom Getters and Setters with MooTools

Working with Dojo all day and scoping out MooTools at night gives me a unique perspective; I get to constantly evaluate the two frameworks and mentally move functionalities from framework to framework One small but handy feature within the Dojo Toolkit’s Dijit UI Framework is its set/get system Dijit allows developers to add custom methods tied into simple get and set methods to allow manipulation properties into and on the way out of a class I took a few moments to implement this system in MooTools The idea is that…..




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