Node.js event loop — simplified

The event loop phases as described in
const slowOperation = () => {
setTimeout(() => {
console.log('long operation completed')
}, 3000)
  1. slowOperation() invoked and added to the stack
  2. setTimeout() invoked and added to the stack
  3. setTimeout() instantiate Node timer




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