Asynchronous JavaScript Bootcamp

Learn how to use Promises, async functions, and callbacks to handle asynchronous JS code
Rating: 4.2 out of 5 (48 ratings)
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You will learn how to use the tools available in JavaScript to handle asynchronous code effectively so you can write better code at your job or on your own projects


  • I recommend 10-15 hours of JavaScript exposure before taking this course


Asynchronous programming is confusing to every developer at first pass. It's different because backend programming languages are not async in nature and if you come from that realm, this can be deterring when learning JS. In order to become more comfortable with it I think developers should practice using the technologies in an effective way, so I built this course to help you do that :).

Who this course is for:

  • Beginner JavaScript Developers curious about Promises and async code!

Course content

5 sections13 lectures1h 14m total length
  • Introduction
  • Ruby Synchronous Code vs JavaScript Async Example


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