Object constructors are a great way to structure objects so that they are reusable, without having to create or redefine a completely new object when there is a slight difference from one to another. This method of object creation allows us to reuse one object by applying different property values to it and creating multiple instances from that same object blueprint.
Creating instances, or instantiating an object, is simply the act of taking an object definition and creating multiple objects that model its definition. These separate instances can have different property and method parameter values, which makes one unique from another. An object definition is essentially a blueprint that a developer uses to create ...