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Discussion on: 7 Reasons Why JavaScript Async/Await Is Better Than Plain Promises (Tutorial)

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ironydelerium

I get that entirely, but for the initial testing and debugging of such code, I'd still turn it off. It lets you get your logic in order without having to debug a polyfill at the same time.

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Sam Hulick

Ah, I gotcha - just for the purpose of debugging. Makes sense!