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re: JS illustrated: The event loop 🔁 VIEW POST

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re: Thanks @amineamami ! According to MDN: Asynchronous , asynchronous code may refer to multiple related tasks happening without waiting for each othe...
 

Hmm, it seemed to me just like synchronous execution with a bit of instructions reordering.

Thats right! Javascript language itself does not have any asynchrony built in.
The environment (browser, node etc) is the one that arranges the events resulting in asynchronous execution (the use o callbacks, promises, ajax calls etc)

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