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Callback problems: Inversion of control

Callback problems: Inversion of control: Rethinking Asynchronous JavaScript
Callback problems: Inversion of control: Rethinking Asynchronous JavaScript

In the context of callbacks, inversion of control is the notion of having code under your control in one part of the program, then handing control over to a callback in another part of the program. Kyle explains why inversion of control is one of two major problems with callbacks and shares a few problem scenarios.

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Web Web Development JavaScript

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