code. You’ll learn the basics of async/await first and build up on that foundation to more complex topics such as promisification, parallel processing, and
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The course starts with the background of why async/await is needed and what problem it solves. Then it covers the basics of async functions and
await. You’ll learn about how async functions are different from normal ones and how the await keyword solves the problems with Promises.
Then you’ll learn about Promises. Even though async/await mostly hides the details, Promises are still the foundation of asynchronous programming. The course
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A significant portion of the course deals with error handling both in async functions and in Promises. In my experience, it is easy to overlook this and end
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You’ll also learn about parallel processing and Promisification.
And finally, we’ll close the course with a couple of useful functions, common errors, and 3 detailed example codes.
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Source: Advanced Web Machinery