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18 June 2015
Promises are awesome, but Nolan Lawson has noticed that ‘many of us are using promises without really understanding them.’ He clears up a lot of misconceptions in this example-rich post.
A simple look at how using promises can result in much nicer code when working with asynchronous concepts. It leans on the es6-promise library, a polyfill for ES6’s native promises construct.
Defining itself as like ‘promises, only tied to time’, thaw.js defers activities until the browser is ready for them.
The latest IE in the latest Windows 10 preview build includes a variety of new Web platform features, but also ES6 features like classes, arrow functions, promises, proxies, symbols, and more.
Tries to be as close as possible to the strict spec definitions.