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    asynchronously

    4.0.0 • Public • Published

    asynchronously

    asynchronously iterate over items and resolve promises instead of callbacks

    This is the async library for promises, without a lot of extra dependencies like in bluebird.

    Methods

    • attempt(fn:Function|AsyncFunction, ...args:Array<Any>):Promise<Any> - Call a function with the given arguments and reject caught errors
    • auto(tasks:Object<String, AsyncFunction|Array<String|AsyncFunction>>):Promise<Object> - Run tasks by specifying dependent additional dependent tasks, resolves to an object containing the mapping of task property names to task result values. See async.auto for how to construct tasks
    • delayed(fn:Function|AsyncFunction, ms:Number = 10):Promise<Any> - Execute a function after a given number of milliseconds and resolve the promise to the function return value
    • each(items:Iterable, [limit:Number = POSITIVE_INFINITY,] iterator:Function(item:Any, index:Number, items:Iterable)):Promise - Execute an iterator for a given set of items with a limit on the number of simultaneous operations
    • every(items:Iterable, [limit:Number = POSITIVE_INFINITY,] iterator:Function(item:Any, index:Number, items:Iterable)):Promise<Boolean> - Resolves true if all iterated items resolve true, otherwise resolves false
    • map(items:Iterable, [limit:Number = POSITIVE_INFINITY,] iterator:Function(item:Any, index:Number, items:Iterable)) - Collect the results of all items passed to the iterator
    • reduce(items:Iterable, iterator(previous:Any, item:Any, index:Number, items:Iterable), accumulator:Any) - Sequentially call an iterator for each item and include the previous result starting with the value of the accumulator
    • some(items:Iterable, [limit:Number = POSITIVE_INFINITY,] iterator:Function(item:Any, index:Number, items:Iterable)):Promise<Boolean> - Resolves true if any iterated items resolve true, otherwise resolves false
    • wrap(fn:Function, ...args:Array<Any>):Promise<Any> - Call a function using node callback style and resolve or reject to a promise
    • once(event:String|Array<String>, target:EventEmitter, timeout:Number = -1):Promise<Any> - Wait for one or more events on an EventEmitter and optionally timeout the wait
    • wait(ms:Number = 10) - Use a promise for a setTimeout call

    Changelog

    • v2.0.0
    • Use async / await where possible
    • Change behavior in every/some where errors would be swallowed
    • Add once method

    Keywords

    none

    Install

    npm i asynchronously

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    11

    Version

    4.0.0

    License

    MIT

    Unpacked Size

    27.1 kB

    Total Files

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    Collaborators

    • samshull