re: An async/await gotcha VIEW POST

re: We're not actively going through the codebase and replacing things, but we are able to eliminate a lot of extra scoping and syntax by using async/a...

Agreed promises if used in a certain way, can cause a form of callback hell. How many promises are there in your codebase. 35000 lines doesn't really explain the size of it. To clarify I have been using async await way back when they dropped in typescript last year. I love them.

How many promises are there in your codebase

Lots of them, maybe 5-10k?

Jeez well if it make your codebase cleaner, I can see why now. Thanks for sharing the post 😀.

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