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> Once you get the hang of promises, you are capable of doing concurrent asynchronous tasks in a manner that would be significantly more difficult in any other language.

Of the top of my head, concurrent asynchronous tasks are simpler in Pony, Go, Erlang, Elixir, Haskell, and Oz than in JS (and these generally also handle parallelism beyond "run another instance of your app", too); and lots of other languages have concurrency constructs equivalent to JS promises (and, often, also async/await), so JS is at best no easier than that larger group.




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