JavaScript|Callback, Promise, async/await

JavaScript, generally speaking, is single-threaded. Due to this “problem”, all Javascript network operations and browser events performance is affected. To fix such problems, browsers allow us to run certain operations asynchronously. With the continuous introduction of new JavaScript features, Javascript asynchronous programming has…

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