@metcoder95/tiny-pool
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@metcoder95/tiny-pool

Extremely simplistic and tiny AsyncPool for limiting concurrency of async operations. Contains zero dependencies beside Node.js native ones.

Examples

JavaScript

const { AsyncPool } = require('@metcoder95/tiny-pool');
async () => {
  const asyncPool = new AsyncPool({ maxConcurrent: 5, maxEnqueued: 100 });

  asyncPool.on('flushed', () => console.log('queue is flushed'));
  asyncPool.on('drained', () => console.log('pool is drained'));

  for (let i = 0; i < 20; i++) {
    asyncPool.run(() => {
      return new Promise((resolve) => {
        setTimeout(() => {
          resolve(i);
        }, 1000);
      });
    });

    if (i === 10) {
      const result = await asyncPool.drain();
      console.log('Queue drained:', result);
    } else if (i === 15) {
      const result = await asyncPool.flush();
      console.log('Pool flushed:', result);
    }
  }

  await once(asyncPool, 'idle').then(console.log('done'));
};

TypeScript

import { AsyncPool, AsyncPoolOptions } from '@metcoder95/tiny-pool';
async () => {
  const options: AsyncPoolOptions = {
    maxEnqueued: 100,
  };
  const asyncPool = new AsyncPool({ maxConcurrent: 5, maxEnqueued: 100 });

  asyncPool.on('flushed', () => console.log('queue is flushed'));
  asyncPool.on('drained', () => console.log('pool is drained'));

  for (let i = 0; i < 20; i++) {
    asyncPool.run(() => {
      return new Promise((resolve) => {
        setTimeout(() => {
          resolve(i);
        }, 1000);
      });
    });

    if (i === 10) {
      const result = await asyncPool.drain();
      console.log('Queue drained:', result);
    } else if (i === 15) {
      const result = await asyncPool.flush();
      console.log('Pool flushed:', result);
    }
  }

  await once(asyncPool, 'idle').then(console.log('done'));
};

Usage

Options

type AsyncPoolOptions = {
  /**
   * Indicates the maximum number of concurrent tasks being executed
   *
   * @default 5
   * @type {number}
   */
  maxConcurrent?: number;
  /**
   * Specifies the maximum number of tasks being enqueued for posterior execution
   * @default 10
   * @type {number}
   */
  maxEnqueued?: number;
};

APIs

run

Signature run<Result = unknown>(task: Promise<Result>): AsyncPoolTask<Result>

Executes the given async task. The task should return a Promise. The function returns a Promise that will either resolve with the value returned by the Promise or reject in case of a failure

clear

Signature clear(): void

The function will clear the queue, avoiding the execution of the tasks within.

flush

Signature flush(): Promise<AsyncPoolTask[]>

Will flush all the enqueued and current running tasks blocking for any new incoming one of being enqueued. Will emit the event flushed once the queue is empty.

drain

Signature drain(): Promise<AsyncPoolTask[]>

It will until all the tasks that are currently running are done being executed. Enqueueing is still possible but it will not execute any enqueued tasks until the draining is done. It will emit the event drained once done.

Events

The AsyncPool class extends from the EventEmitter from Node.js. For instance is possible to listen for a couple of events that might be helpful when using the pool.

flushed

It indicates the full pool has been flushed. Is emitted after the execution of the flush function.

drained

Will be emitted onceall the running tasks are being executed. It's only emitted after the execution of drain function.

idle

Only emitted when the queue is empty and the current tasks finished its execution. This can be a good moment to continue appending more tasks to the pool.

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