Act 2: “The Client” — Part 8 (Dealing with very heavy Asynchronous Tasks)

This is a follow-up from the series about JavaScript that started here.

Without doubt asynchronous programming is one of JavaScript’s golden feature. But without it, JavaScript would not survive for long since the language is single-threaded. Though, in recent history, even multi-threaded languages like Python proudly introduced the…

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