JavaScript Promises

Promises are used to make your code asynchronous. The idea is to run the promise code after something has completed without blocking execution of the rest of the code. This can also be accomplished with callbacks, but promises make the code easier to read and offer a few additional benefits.

Learn more about promises from MDN.

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