August 03, 2017

Don't use arrow function for closure

​I love both closure and arrow function; I take one for simplified class and one for simplified function syntax. After a try, I found that they don’t like each other.

I was imagining this

const makeEmployee = (name) =>
	function getName() {
		return name;


const makeEmployee = (name) => () => name;

would work like

const makeEmployee = name => {
  return {
    getName() {
      return name

but apparently, arrow functions are made for one liner things, not without a function name or returning a normal function.