Writing Asynchronous Tasks In Modern JavaScript37c68f0579b7fc4382ce18e79ae4a849on October 25, 2019 at 10:30 am

JavaScript has two main characteristics as a programming language, both important to understand how our code will work. First is its synchronous nature, which means the code will run line after line, almost as you read it, and secondly that it is single-threaded, only one command is being executed at any time.
As the language evolved, new artifacts appeared in the scene to allow asynchronous execution; developers tried different approaches while solving more complicated algorithms and data flows, which led to the emergence of new interfaces and patterns around them.

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