Now you can expect a PROMISE from Javascript

You must have been using Promises in JavaScript for a while but with some 3rd party libraries  i.e. $q from query.

As most of the modern application development is trending to be a responsive/web application , JavaScript takes the drives seat.

If we look at the broader picture of today’s development skeleton it will look like this

p1 Most of the application gets required data from remote api or can run compute intensive work in JavaScript.

Promises have arrived natively in JavaScript!

NO need to re-write details when a better article is available to refer.

JavaScript Promises

Download a sample app to see it in action




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