Using Async/Await Syntax for Promises in Ionic

By Josh Morony

When TypeScript 2.1 was released, support for Async/Await came with it. It is not really an entirely new concept, but it does allow you to deal with asynchronous situations that Promises create using a more succinct syntax. Since Ionic is now using TypeScript 2.2.1 at the time of writing this, we are able to make use of Async/Await in our Ionic applications.

In this tutorial, I am going to show you exactly how you can use Async/Await with promises in an Ionic application, and compare it to the “normal” syntax. In the summary section, I will also express my opinion on Async/Await vs. normal promise handling, and whether I think it should be the preferred option.

If you’re unfamiliar with the concept of asynchronous code I would recommend reading Dealing with Asynchronous Code in Ionic first.

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