I see there is an eslint rule,
no-return-await, for disallowing
In the rule's description, it states a
return await adds
"extra time before the overarching Promise resolves or rejects".
However, when I look at MDN
async function docs, the "Simple Example" shows an example containing
return await without any description of why this might be a performance problem.
return await an actual performance problem as the eslint docs suggest?
And if so, how?