Asynchronous JavaScript: From Callback Hell to Async and Await

One of the keys to writing a successful web application is being able to make dozens of AJAX calls per page.

This is a typical asynchronous programming challenge, and how you choose to deal with asynchronous calls will, in large part, make or break your app, and by extension potentially your entire startup.

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Streamline Software Integration: An Apache Camel Tutorial

Software rarely, if at all, exists in an informational vacuum. At least, that is the assumption we software engineers can make for most of the applications we develop.

At any scale, every piece of software—in one way or another—communicates with some other software for various reasons: to get reference data from somewhere, to send monitoring signals, to be in touch with other services while being a part of a distributed system, and more.

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