JavaScript Async: Events, Callbacks, Promises and Async Await (I/O Press)
Wednesday, 22 November 2017

Asynchronous programming is essential to the modern web and at last JavaScript programmers have the tools to do the job – the Promise object and the async and await commands. This practical guide is for experienced JavaScript developers who want to get to grips with developing asynchronous code. Working with async can be confusing and disorienting, but by combining code examples and lucid explanations, Ian Elliot presents a coherent explanation. If you want to work with async read this book first..

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Author: Ian Elliot
Publisher: I/O Press
Date: Nov 2017
Pages: 164
ISBN: 978-1871962567
Print: 1871962560
Audience: Experienced JavaScript developers
Level: Advanced
Category: JavaScript

 

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  • Modern JavaScript and Async
  • Events, Standard & Custom
  • Master the Callback
  • Custom Async
  • Worker Threads
  • Consuming Promises
  • Producing Promises
  • The Dispatch Queue
  • Async & Await
  • Fetch, Cache and ServiceWorker

 Also by Ian Elliot 

Just JavaScript: An Idiomatic Approach
Just jQuery: The Core UI 
Just jQuery: Events, Async & AJAX

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