Allows to create constructor functions ("classes") that returns callable instances.
npm install callable-klass.
callable = require 'callable-klass' Foo = callable class a: -> 1 b: -> 2 callable: -> @a() + @b() # the `callable` function returns a new constructor that delegates to the original one # and adds some magic. Foo still works as expected - its `prototype` is set to the original # prototype, and the function's properties are still accessible. foo = new Foo # `foo` also works as expected, `foo.a()` and `foo.b()` works, but you can also call # `foo()` directly, which delegates to the `callable` method foo() # same as foo.callable(), returns 3