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JavaScript Asynchronous Programming with JavaScript Asynchronous JavaScript with Callbacks Async Programming and Callback Functions

Does the addEventListener function appear in the call stack, while its callback and 'click' appear on the right?

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Sheila Anguiano
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Sheila Anguiano
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Looking at the MDN documents if you search for 'EventTarget.addEventListener()' this method is listed under WEB APIs, so you could say that when you call this method, I guess it starts its cycle at the CallStack, jumps to Web APIs, the AJAX response gets pushed to the Callback Queue and eventually is processed and pushed by the Event Loop to the CallStack where it shows you the data the way you want it processed and it finishes it cycle.