Writing asynchronous code is very common these days. Callback structured code can be difficult to read, write and maintain. Promises were a step forward. async and await makes writing.
Writing asynchronous code is very common these days. Callback structured code can be difficult to read, write and maintain. Promises were a step forward. async and await makes writing (and reading) asynchronous code a breeze!
In this post we are going to explore some sample asynchronous code using
await in TypeScript.
Asynchronous code that calls a web service is pretty common these days. So, let’s create an asynchronous function that calls a web service to get some data using
There are 3 main points of note in our function:
fetchto be called in an asynchronous manner with the execution of the next line blocked until
asynckeyword because we are referencing the
awaitkeyword and executing asynchronous code within our function. The
asynckeyword allows our function to be called in an asynchronous manner with
asyncfunction needs to return a
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