In the previous post I gave a glimpse of the Javascript Promises Pattern (JPP). Now we are going to take a more in deep look into it and implement our (simplified) version of this pattern. First of all, let’s sow the code I we defined works: we had three operations (to make the example simpler, they all share the same code, but this is not a requisite), each of them expecting a set of arguments which are processed by an asynchronous operation.

Continue reading

I am sure you have heard about the javascript Promises Pattern, but if you haven’t, here is a quick and simple definition: a promise or future is an object that represents a future result, not yet obtained or calculated (here you have a more complete definition). In fact, what is really nice about it is that allows you to define callbacks for async code in and more elegant and readable way.

Continue reading

Author's picture

Daniel Pecos Martínez

Developer. Blogger. HAM Radio operator.

I write about technology, software, radio and some other interests, like Linux, Dungeons and Dragons or electronics.

Software Architect / Consultant at

Fullstack Developer