@0x2e757/promise-ext

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PromiseExt

Extension of the native JavaScript Promise class, providing additional functionality for managing promise state and handling common use cases such as timeouts, cancellations, and state inspections. This package is designed specifically for TypeScript-based projects.

The PromiseExt class handles the native promise as a private property instead of extending the Promise class. This approach prevents issues that can arise from third-party library manipulations with the native Promise class and its methods.

Code must target ES2021 (or include the lib) or newer because of Promise.any method.

Features

Timeout: Create promise that resolve after a specified delay.

State Management: Track the state of promise (pending, resolved, rejected or canceled).

Cancellation: Cancel promise at any point.

Resolve/Reject as properties: Methods to resolve/reject promise at any point outside of executor (can be omitted).

Installation

Node.js

npm install @0x2e757/promise-ext
import { PromiseExt } from "@0x2e757/promise-ext";

Deno

deno add @0x2e757/promise-ext
import { PromiseExt } from "@0x2e757/promise-ext";

or

import { PromiseExt } from "jsr:@0x2e757/promise-ext";

Examples

Basic

import { PromiseExt } from "@0x2e757/promise-ext";

const promise = new PromiseExt((resolve) => {
  resolve("Hello, world!");
});

promise.then(console.log); // Output: "Hello, world!"

Timeout

import { PromiseExt } from "@0x2e757/promise-ext";

const promise = PromiseExt.timeout(1000, "Hello, world!");

promise.then(console.log); // Output: "Hello, world!" after 1 second

Creating and Managing Promises

import { PromiseExt } from "@0x2e757/promise-ext";

const promise = new PromiseExt<string>();

promise.then(console.log);
console.log(promise.state); // Output: "pending"

promise.resolve("Hello, world!"); // Output: "Hello, world!"
console.log(promise.state); // Output: "resolved"

Canceling Promises

import { PromiseExt } from "@0x2e757/promise-ext";

const promise = new PromiseExt<string>((resolve, reject, cancel) => {
  setTimeout(resolve, 2000, "Success"); // Outputs warning that promise was canceled
});

promise.cancel();

console.log(promise.state); // Output: "canceled"

API

Static Properties

static logger?: Logger - Logger function for logging warnings. Set to undefined to suppress warnings. Uses console.warn by default.

Static Methods

timeout<T>(delay?: number, value?: T): PromiseExt<T> - Creates a promise that resolves after the specified delay.

Instance Properties

state: PromiseState — The current state of the promise (pending, resolved, rejected or canceled).

resolve: (value: T) => void — Wrapper for resolving the promise.

reject: (reason: any) => void — Wrapper for rejecting the promise.

cancel: () => void — Wrapper for canceling the promise.

isPending: boolean — Checks if the promise is pending.

isResolved: boolean — Checks if the promise is resolved.

isRejected: boolean — Checks if the promise is rejected.

isCanceled: boolean — Checks if the promise is canceled.

License

This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE file for details.

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