[0:29] Now let's access the add() function in the global scope. When the target we want to access is a function, we need to chain a .Call to the parent, which in this case is js.global. Then, we pass in first the name of the function, then all the parameters for the function in the correct order. Now we can access the return value.
[1:53] To assign new values to properties, we can use .Set(). This way, we can update the value of this env variable to DEV by calling Set, then pass in the variable name env and a value DEV. We can check the updates in the console.
[2:14] We can also do nested calls to insert a new property to the config object by calling .Get() to access the object first, then .Set() to create a new property.
[2:29] Everything works in the browser.