To follow on from my blogs on using
await in Meteor, I wanted to revisit Meteor methods and compare “classic” methods with
async methods. Along the way I discovered differences in the way classic and
async methods behave and also dipped into why you should or should not use
If you don’t want to read the whole article, you can skip right to the end for the conclusions.
Awesome! Thanks for the article, this is crystal clear now.
Thanks Rob. Very clear and easy to follow. You should blog more
Excellent article. Bookmarked as reference!
Another cool article!
Not sure if it warrants another complete article, but
Promise.all was something I definitely with I had a better grasp on when I started relying more heavily on Promises/async await. I see it utilized in this article, but maybe a mention of it in one of the two pre-cursor articles would be helpful?
Either way, great job. It’s awesome to see content outside of the guide/API with concrete examples =)
Very useful and well written article, the high quality of thought and effort went into it are evident and very much appreciated. Thanks!