Started a new job recently, API uses callbacks. I assumed it was legacy reasons, but it's not! Current co-worker say
I think both promises and async await are bad abstractions, and harder to reason about.
I haven't come across many (any) people that have this opinion, but a current co-worker says this. Are there many like this? Are you? I'm interested in your opinion if so.
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I'm not sure that callbacks are really the better choice. But it really depends on the person's preferences.
The truth is that handling the API requests through simple callbacks is the oldest way, but it really depends on the context of the application and the needs of every user.
I've found an interesting references that can help you clear your mind and see how people compares them.
Stackoverflow: is there really a fundamental difference between callbacks and promises.
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