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Submitted: Mar 06 2013 / 09:29

I can’t go a single week without reading another article talking about promises. I’m not talking about when you promise your child that you’ll be there for his baseball game. I’m talking about a JavaScript concept that makes it simple to react to the completion of asynchronous actions without indenting ten levels when you need to perform one asynchronous action after another. While working on a Backbone application, I tried to use promises in my main asynchronous processes, and I’m not sure it measures up to my previous event hub architecture. Let’s compare!
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