JavaScript Promises in Depth

Marius Schulz

Marius Schulz

I'm a software developer and web enthusiast currently living in London. When I'm not programming, I love to read, play the piano, work out, or go latin dancing.

About the Course

ES2015 brought a native Promise to the JavaScript standard library. In this course, we’re going to take an in-depth look at how to use promises to model various kinds of asynchronous operations.

First, we’re going to explore how to create promises using the Promise constructor or the Promise.resolve() or Promise.reject() methods. Then, we’re going to see how to chain promises together using .then(), .catch(), and .finally(). We’re going to compare various error handling strategies along the way. We’re going to wrap up this course by taking a look at how to deal with multiple promises using Promise.all() and Promise.race() and how to await a promise using the await operator.