I am trying to grasp on Javascript Asynchronous functions and callbacks.  I got stuck on the concept of callback functions, where I am reading on some places: they are use to have sequential execution of code (mostly in context of jquery e.g animate)...
I've written a function which makes an asynchronous request using jQuery.  var Site = {      asyncRequest : function(url, containerId) {                 $.ajax({             url : url,             onSuccess: function(data){                 $(cont...
auth0.js has a function that's used to parse the URL hash fragment and extract the authentication result therefrom. I'm wrapping this function within one called loadSession as follows:    public loadSession(): void {   this.auth0.parseHash((e...
I have a simple class-based component that I'm trying to convert to a function-based component, but am running into all kinds of dead ends.  My component is a straightforward adaptation of the boilerplate gifted-chat package, and uses Watson Assi...
I am new to JavaScript and I have a question regarding asynchronous functions when I read about it in the book "JavaScript the good parts":  I understand that the following code will be executed synchronously and may cause delay:  request = p...
I have an IndexedDB which is locally caching data with three properties a,b and c. a and b together form a composite key and c is the content I'm after.  Now, the client gets from the server a list of items which I want to display. Then the clien...
I have the following code that uses callbacks inside promises:  const clue = 'someValue';  const myFunction = (someParam, callback) => {     someAsyncOperation(someParam) // this function returns an array     .then((array) => {...
I know this topic as already asked many times before but I didn't find the right answer to do what I want.  Actually, I try to save two different list of JSON object in MongoDB via Mongoose. To perform both at the same time I use 'async'....
Currently, I am consuming a rest service that has a signature   http://service.ip/auth?clien=xx&redirect=URIXX   where URIXXX shall be     http://localhost:8080/auth/callback   I wonder if it is possible to open a "URIXXX" in a javascript...

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