Creates or configures one object property.

Returns the object.

Takes 3 arguments. The first is an object upon which we’re going to create or configure the properties. The second is the property name defined as a string. The third is an object with the property definition.

Example:

const dog = {}
Object.defineProperty(dog, 'breed', {
  value: 'Siberian Husky'
})
console.log(dog.breed) //'Siberian Husky'

I didn’t just say breed: 'Siberian Husky' but I had to pass a property descriptor object, defined at the beginning of this page.


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