📬 Weekly CodeOz #Webdev - Javascript Event Loop - Issue #15





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Today we will be a focus on Javascript event loop!
A lot of people that learn javascript skip or misunderstood the behavior of the Event loop, which can lead to mistakes in asynchronous!
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JS illustrated: The event loop 🔁 | by John Kapantzakis | Frontend Weekly | Medium
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JavaScript Event Loop And Call Stack Explained
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✨♻️ JavaScript Visualized: Event Loop - DEV Community
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What the heck is the event loop anyway? | Philip Roberts | JSConf EU
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Understanding Asynchronous JavaScript | by Sukhjinder Arora | Bits and Pieces
?Quizz of the week
Answer + explication 👇
Answer -> B
In JavaScript, all objects interact by reference when setting them equal to each other. So in this example toto and tutu share the same reference so if you change value from one, you will change the shared referrence and you will indirectly change the value of the other variable.
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