- I could have written a lot of notes on promises,…but I think this is one of those things…where you just have to show people.…That's just the way I learned.…I've read on it, I've read tutorials and stuff,…and it was great, but I didn't really start understanding…until I was just like, alright,…let me just start working with this stuff.…So that's what we're going to do.…We're just going to work with some examples through promises…for a couple minutes and so everyone feels…like they're up to speed on them.…So we'll just make a new file…and you can follow along if you want…or you can just look.…We'll just call it promises.js.…Luckily for us, the native promise is built into Node,…at least the version I'm on.…
So we'll just use that,…but there are other third party promise libraries out there…that are pretty cool.…So the thing about promises are,…or the thing that they're trying to solve is…say that we have a function called action.…This is a very, very naive example,…but this is going to show you what they do.…An action takes a callback…
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