Mastering Grand Central Dispatch
Synchronous and Asynchronous Execution
|1||What Is Grand Central Dispatch Plus 07:40|
|2||Working With Dispatch Queues Plus 10:22|
|3||Serial and Concurrent Dispatch Queues Plus 11:12|
|4||Main and Global Dispatch Queues Plus 09:04|
|5||Synchronous and Asynchronous Execution Plus 10:18|
|6||Adding Flexibility With Dispatch Work Items Plus 12:43|
|7||Grand Central Dispatch and Memory Management Plus 11:29|
|8||Beyond the Basics With Dispatch Work Items Plus 14:11|
|9||Understanding Quality of Service Classes Plus 14:27|
|10||Applying Quality of Service Classes Plus 12:30|
Up until now we submitted blocks of work to a dispatch queue by invoking the
async(execute:) method. In this episode, we explore how Grand Central Dispatch handles the execution of a block of work. Work can be executed synchronously or asynchronously. What does that mean? What is the difference? And what are the risks?
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