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Thomas DimnetPython Development Techdegree Graduate 43,623 Points
Manage multiple asynchronous calls with Express
I understand the id of the next middleware and when to use it. But I am wondering how to work with multiple asynchronous calls with express (either when building an express rest api or when rendering templates directly with express and pug).
Do we use promises and new ES7 methods like async/await or is there some other solutions?
I believe you can use both promises and callback functions to do async calls.
But using promises is a lot cleaner and can prevent calling functions more than once, since the promise will return and will not execute the rest.
I suggest you have a look at axios, it is fantastic package.
I hope this helps.