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Replace fetch link with html button

This code is designed to take a data from API, convert it to JSON and display it in the HTML page (with a specific design). There are two buttons on the HTML page that are for changing the page (to change the page, the URL sent to fetch needs to be changed by clicking the buttons (which is where my

Function does not return true even if it goes through

I can’t seem to make this work but I want to return true every-time the function executes successfully, which in this case is “Changing the password”. The res variable when called by other functions always results in false even though I see the toast message “Password changed successfully”. The if condition in above code never executes because res is always

Javascript serial queue using async?

I have the following code: When I run the code above I get this: To do that I referenced this link: Could someone help me understand why the “serial” nature of the queue is not respected here? I set concurrency to 1 when I created serialQueue but, it looks like the queue isn’t really serializing the execution of the

console.log doesn’t wait “await” in async function

I have this code I want console to wait until onload function ends (when x = true), but this doesn’t happen, console returns false and doesn’t wait this is the output: I want an explanation not just the solve Answer You need to turn the dataget function to return a promise which will resolve after the onload function executed, so

await does not affect async function

Hi i’m fairly new to javascript and I’m having a problem with my async function inside the AddEventListener method that is not awaiting the fetch result, so when i try to console.log(track_info.tracks) it prints out undefined. Answer Solution You need to add an await to the call of getTrack. var track_info = await getTrack(urlTrack); Helpful Tips How to await fetch