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Use a Completion Pattern to enable Repetition and Sequencing


John Lindquist
26m closed-captioning
6 lessons
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The concept of 'done-ness' is not something that is often considered when writing functions in JavaScript — you end up just running out of data or a function stops getting called.

There are many async scenarios that make sense to signal that work is completed.

By following a completion pattern, we can easily trigger repetition and sequencing (async or not) into our code.

You're in Section 05 of Composing Closures and Callbacks in JavaScript

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26m • 6 lessons

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