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JavaScript Symbols, Iterators, Generators, Async/Await, and Async Iterators — All Explained Simply

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Some JavaScript (ECMAScript) features are easier to understand than others. Generators look weird — like pointers in C/C++. Symbols manage to look like both primitives and objects at the same time.

So in this article, I’ll cover symbols,global symbols,iterators, iterables, generators , async/await and async iterators. I’ll explain “why” they are there in the first place and also show how they work with some useful examples.

url: https://medium.freecodecamp.org/some-of-javascripts-most-useful-features-can-be-tricky-let-me-explain-them-4003d7bbed32

type: article, format: blog

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Deep dive into the murky waters of script loading - HTML5 Rocks

Jake Archibald

In this article I’m going to teach you how to load some JavaScript in the browser and execute it.

No, wait, come back! I know it sounds mundane and simple, but remember, this is happening in the browser where the theoretically simple becomes a legacy-driven quirk-hole. Knowing these quirks lets you pick the fastest, least disruptive way to load scripts. If you’re on a tight schedule, skip to the quick reference.

url: http://www.html5rocks.com/en/tutorials/speed/script-loading/

type: article, format: blog