Transcript from the "Promises Introduction" Lesson
>> Will Sentance: So we are now going to move onto what changed in the ES2015 and on world. The ES6 world. So until then, what we saw here before. This model, remember that beautiful model here we had? That was pretty much it. And then along came promises, and everything got a little bit different.
>> Kayla: In the web browser.
>> Will Sentance: In the web browser, spot-on.
[00:01:30] That's in terms of developer reasoning and thinking about what we're doing as we go and sort of maintaining the application scale that isn't that ideal I would say. And I would put promises as the absolute one of the most valuable pieces they offer, they have all the benefits as well, is a desire to say, when you trigger something in the background, don't just throw it out there.
[00:02:50] Took a function, threw it down into the web browser, set up a timer with the old school style. We have a new school style of setting up the browser feature speak to the Internet, speak to Twitter, whatever it might be. Send a request for more data over the Internet.
[00:06:23] But has some little bonus features on it a little bonus properties two we're gonna see them and how they play out in a moment.