As a developer, sometimes I need to perform multiple tasks in my code, but I don't want the fail or success of one task to block the execution of other tasks. This is where asynchronous programming comes in handy. However, there are times when I need the result of one task before moving on to the next, and this is where Async/Await comes in to provide a solution for synchronizing asynchronous calls. It allows me to wait for the result of an asynchronous call before moving on to the next line of code, making it possible to perform synchronous-like asynchronous operations.
Async/Await allows for asynchronous code to be written in a synchronous style without using the .then() method. The async keyword is used to declare a function, and the await keyword is used to wait for the execution of asynchronous functions to finish before moving onto the next line of code. Error handling is also done using the try...catch block.