Async/Await is a much cleaner syntax for working with promises than using .then(). Let’s take a look at how to convert an asynchronous function from using .then() to using async/await and learn a few tips along the way.
00:00 – Intro
00:45 – Fetch Example with .then
01:30 – Convert Promises to Async/Await
04:40 – Use Try/Catch for Errors
06:30 – Async Functions Return a Promise
07:40 – Use IIfe for Top-Level Await
09:00 – Promise.all()
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