Await, coroutines, what could that bring for game development

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[This article is interesting not only because it's about work being proposed for consideration in the Concurrency TS, but also because it's interesting that we seem to be seeing a trend of articles being published on GitHub instead of on a blog... --Ed.]

 

Await, coroutines, what could that bring for game development

This article shows how we can use await in way not related to threading, tasks, or asynchronous I/O, but in the context of a game, to write game logic-related code spanning accross many frames in a sequencial way, without introducing any threads with little to no performance penalty.

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