AsyncValuePromise represents a value that will exist in the future. It is
similar to a
Promise but does not include error boundary zoning or forced
asynchrony, for performance reasons.
This module is internally synchronous. What this means is that if a value
promise has already had
reject called, any calls to
trigger the corresponding callback immediately. Conversely, if any callbacks
have already been attached with
then before a
they too will run immediately. This is intentional for performance reasons.
npm install async-value-promise
var pass =passpassvar fail =failfail
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