How To Handle Errors in Asynchronous Javascript Code (when working with Callbacks)

We will use a simple function called calculateSquare to demonstrate how to handle errors in asynchronous Javascript code.

In order to simulate an asynchronous function, we will use setTimeout:

function calculateSquare(number, callback) {  
setTimeout(() => {
const result = number * number…

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Senior Software Developer at @thoughtworks | Marathon Runner | Ex-Pharmacist Writing on Coding, Technology and Running

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