The most common use case for a debounce is to pass it as an argument to an event listener attached to an HTML element. To get a better understanding of what this looks like, and why it is useful, let’s look at an example.
After re-reading YDKJS: Async and Performance. I had the realization that I have been making over-optimizations. I had not taken into consideration JS engine optimizations.
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Saving a user's changes automatically improves user-experience by preventing data loss. Let's see how we can implement autosave behaviors with Angular.
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