Namespace in JavaScript

Namespacing solves naming collision in programming. In javascript, there is no namespacing by default. But we can create one

Md Shahab Uddin
Dec 4, 2020 · 2 min read

What is a Namespace and Why we need a Namespace?

Whatever we write in javascript is the properties of the global window object. Sometimes we need to use the same identifier(variable, function) multiple times. But, due to scope problems naming collision occurs.

How do we create a Namespace?

We normally create one global object which contains all variables, functions as properties of the object. It help’s us in a way that it doesn’t pollute the global environment.

Example of Namespace

sleep();
eat();

Ways to hide code

1st method: Wrap the code inside curly braces. You must use let/const to declare variables and functions.

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