Read: Introduction to TypeScript and its Features
Each value you see in the call stack is referred to as a ‘Stack Frame’.
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The problem with a single-thread application is that, if there are too many functions to execute in the Call Stack, the browser gets stuck and the browser cannot do anything. It cannot execute further code or render anything meanwhile. That could be a serious problem from an end-user point of view. No one wants their users to be stuck when some background processing is going on a web page.
This is not the only problem with a single-threaded environment, but there is a more critical problem that arises when the browser becomes unresponsive. Once your browser starts processing so many tasks in the Call Stack, it becomes unresponsive for a while. In such a case, the browser usually prompts the user whether he wants to terminate the webpage. That, too, is not an ideal condition for the user experience, is it?
So, how could we execute multiple tasks in the background without blocking the UI, while also making the browser unresponsive?
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