Is JavaScript Single-Threaded?

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 08 Sep 2016 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Developing JavaScript for web pages can be perplexing. You will get errors that seem to make no sense, You will be given nuggets of advice about how and when you can use JavaScript to manipulate the DOM or make Ajax requests. It is far better to understand the reason for these rules; the single-threaded nature of JavaScript, and how it loads the page and manages the event loop. How can you achieve parallel processing and what is the best way? Igor makes it all clear and obvious.…The post Is JavaScript...

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