In order to use:
Implementing Web Workers
In the example above, the worker is doing the work of concatenating the received string with the defined one and sends it back to the main.js file without interrupting the page.
Output :'Hello World'
Web Workers does not have access to:
However, the do have access to:
Common use cases:
Real World Example
The following program is written for the reason to show what difference is in the behavior of our page with and without worker.
Output: 'No worker: 5000' Output: 'With worker: 5000'
That’s how the page behaves without our worker code:
That’s how the page behaves with our worker code:
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