The content is still really useful, though. A good understanding of JS tasks & microtasks and HTML jobs is really useful for diagnosing the inevitable front-end weirdness encountered during development when using any of the major frontend frameworks (which contain a lot of abstraction that separates the developer from these lower-level facets).
1. Promises are handled in micro-tasks.
2. `element.click()` causes the event to dispatch synchronously. Even on parent elements.