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Sep 19, 2023 ⋅ 6 min read

Optimizing Vue.js apps with web workers

Temitope Oyedele I am a web developer and technical writer. I love to write about things I've learned and experienced.

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One Reply to "Optimizing Vue.js apps with web workers"

  1. Great article !

    I am confused why function fetchCoins() is defined in two places, one in worker and one in the main thread ?

    Is it because the main thread function will be invoked only the first time upon app/component load, and every time the setInterval is called, it invokes the function from the worker ?

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