Thoughts & Musings

Creating a Promise

Promises are used for asynchronous code. It is a temporary holder for a value that gets returned by an asynchronous call. For example, a call

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We can add another block to try/catch. This is done with the “finally” keyword. What the finally code block does is run always. So even

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Try and Catch

The try/catch keywords allow us to handle errors more gracefully. Here is an example… What we are doing here is telling JavaScript to “try” running

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Errors happen in code. We need to be able to handle them in our JavaScript code. We also may sometimes wish to throw our own

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