Dealing with Asynchronous Code in Ionic

By Josh Morony

One of the most common things that I see people get tripped up on when learning Ionic is the difference between synchronous and asynchronous tasks and how to appropriately handle results from an asynchronous task.

People may often be led to believe that something in their code or the Ionic framework is broken because they aren’t getting the values they expect when in reality they are just attempting to access certain values before they have been set because it relies on some asynchronous method.

In this article, I am going to discuss the difference between asynchronous and synchronous code, and some common situations that you might run into in an Ionic application.

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