Awaiting for Async with Vincent Pradeilles
In this episode, Leo talks with Vincent Pradeilles about the new async and await features coming to Swift. Leo and Vincent get into the challenges adopting it and the design around as well as how it helps to help with building multi-threaded asynchronous applications.
- Vincent Pradeilles
- Episode 75 - Year of the Server with Tim Condon - Part 2
- Episode 72 - Functional Programming with Daniel Steinberg
- Episode 47 - Practical Combine with Donny Wals
- Swift Evolution Proposal
- Asynchronous Multi-Threaded Parallel World of Swift by Leo
- Experimenting with async & await in Swift by Vincent
- Running tasks in parallel using async/await 🚀 by Vincent
- PromiseKit by Max Howell
- EventLoopFuture in Vapor (and SwiftNIO)
- Leo's Async Await Test Code
- Chris Lattner's Async Proposal
- Getting started with async/await in Swift by Eneko Alonso
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Dealing with Asynchronous Calls Now
- Dealing with GCD
- History of CPU Cores and Asynchronous Programming
- Power of GCD and Queues
- How Promises fit in with Swift
- Managing Network Call Asynchronously
- Dealing with UI Changes
- What is a DispatchGroup
What Await and Async Provide
- Avoiding Blocking the Main Thread
- Subscribing/Publisher vs Async/Await
- How do Tasks work
- How to get started now with Async and Await
- What are Continuations
- What is an Unsafe Continuation
- Dealing with Errors in Async Functions
- How do parallel asynchronous tasks
- How Combine works with Async/Await
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