One of the most remarkable announcements of the previous year was the adoption of ES7 features by NodeJS. The release of NodeJS version 7.6.0 was followed by tremendous applause by the JavaScript community that fueled a development frenzy. JavaScript developers were convinced that not only was the callback hell gone for good, but also so were promises. And it wasn’t just backend developers that were impressed. Frontend developers working on the hottest JS framework of the week were also impressed and refactoring all of their services and asynchronous calls to go with the hype. …

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