Category: Javascript


Understanding Async Await

When writing code for the web, eventually you’ll need to do some process that might take a few moments to complete. JavaScript can’t really multitask,

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let vs. const

My previous post included this paragraph: let vs const vs var: Usually you want let. If you want to forbid assignment to this variable, you

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What is super() in JavaScript?

What’s happening when you see some JavaScript that calls super()?.In a child class, you use super() to call its parent’s constructor and super.<methodName> to access

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“Off The Main Thread”

JavaScript is what they call “single-threaded.” As Brian Barbour puts it: This means it has one call stack and one memory heap. We all feel

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