Imagine writing your entire Express API or React app with for loops and if statements. No more deeply nested callbacks or convoluted promise chains. With async/await, you can make that dream a reality.
Mastering Async/Await provides a concise and comprehensive guide to async/await fundamentals. You'll learn:
ifstatements, but not functional constructs like
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So I started reading "Mastering Async/Await" by @code_barbarian - and just like his "Generators guide" it is an awesome practical tutorial for all the ways you should be using "async/await" in JS. No fluff, straight examples, great text. https://t.co/nnAEFhtTjj— Gleb Bahmutov (@bahmutov) July 2, 2018
So, like I said a few minutes ago, I purchased "Mastering Async/Await" from @code_barbarian , well he happens to have another bookhttps://t.co/gr0TZNCSJN— Tony Brown ⚛️ ❤️ 💻 👑 (@pixelBender67) September 19, 2018
The 80/20 Guide to ES2015 Generators. I feel like it's Christmas.
Thanks @code_barbarian, can't wait to start reading.
I've been awaiting to read "Mastering Async/Await" by @code_barbarian (https://t.co/4AOjVSTpTz) and finally resolved the promise. Concise and very informative! My ebook was not spiral-bound, but contents were otherwise as described ;-). #GoodReads #nodejs pic.twitter.com/b4jQwQniXQ— Stennie (@stennie) September 27, 2018
From the maintainer of my favorite @MongoDB library @mongoosejs, comes a new book giving a deep dive on learning and understanding Async/Await, one of the best new features of es6.— Harry Wolff (@hswolff) June 14, 2018
ch-ch-ch-check it outtt https://t.co/givAinTbPV