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As a developer of browser extensions, I am always looking for ways to optimize my code to ensure that it runs smoothly and efficiently. One of the ways I do this is by utilizing the latest JavaScript technologies.

In this blog post, I’ll explain how I use these technologies to optimize my extension code, and why it’s crucial to report bugs so that I can quickly fix them.

One of the most significant improvements I’ve made to my extension code is implementing asynchronous programming using Promises and async/await functions. With Promises, I can handle asynchronous operations without blocking the main thread, which can significantly improve the performance of my extension. Async/await functions make working with Promises more manageable by allowing me to write asynchronous code that looks like synchronous code, making it easier to read and understand.

But even with the latest technologies and best practices in place, bugs can still creep into my code. That’s why it’s essential to report bugs as soon as possible. When a user reports a bug, I can quickly diagnose and fix the issue before it becomes a more significant problem.

Reporting bugs can also help me identify areas of my code that need further optimization. For example, if I notice that several users are reporting a particular bug, it may be a sign that there’s an underlying issue that needs to be addressed. By fixing these bugs, I can improve the overall performance and stability of my extensions.

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