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JavaScript Concurrency by Adam Boduch

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Chapter 10. Building a Concurrent Application

We've now covered all the major areas that JavaScript has to offer in terms of concurrency. We've seen the browser and how the JavaScript interpreter fits into this environment. We've looked at the few language mechanisms that assist with writing concurrent code, and we've learned how to write concurrent JavaScript in the back-end. In this chapter, we're going to try and put this all together by building a simple chat application.

It's worth noting upfront that this isn't a basic rehash of individual topics covered in earlier chapters, which would serve no real purpose. Instead, we're going to focus more on the concurrency decisions that we have to make during the initial implementation of the app, ...

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