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The concept of “Promises” has changed the way we write asynchronous JavaScript. Over the past year, many frameworks have incorporated some form of the Promise pattern to make asynchronous code easier to write, read and maintain. For example, jQuery added $.Deferred(), and NodeJS has the Q and jspromise modules that work on both client and server. Client-side MVC frameworks, such as EmberJS and AngularJS, also implement their own versions of Promises.

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