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catchy

1.0.3 • Public • Published

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Promise-like async parallel control flow library, without so much abstraction.

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Install with npm

$ npm install catchy

API

catchy(fns(value[, [resolve[, reject]]), end(err, res))

  • fns {Array} with async/sync functions
    • value {Anything} that are from previous function's .resolve
    • resolve {Function} that send some value to next function .resolve('value for next fn')
    • reject {Function} that throw some error to end .reject(new Error('some err'))
  • end {Function} function that will be called when error (rejected), or complete successful
    • err can be intanceof Error or message provided from .reject

Usage

Some example, also see example.js. Try to fail it to see behaving. :)

var catchy = require('catchy')
var first = 'str';
catchy([
  function then1(resolve, reject) {
    if (typeof first == 'string') {
      console.log('1 [pass] $first is `string`')
      resolve(first+123)
      return;
    }
    reject(new TypeError('1 [fail] $first must be `string`'))
  },
  function then2(data, resolve, reject) {
    if (data == 'str123') {
      console.log('2 [pass] $data is `str123`')
      setTimeout(function() {
        resolve([data, 123, true])
      }, 500)
      return;
    }
    reject(new Error('2 [fail] $data must be `str123`'))
  },
  function then3(data, resolve, reject) {
    if (Array.isArray(data) && data.length == 3) {
      console.log('3 [pass] $data is `array`')
      console.log('3 [pass] $data is with length 3')
      resolve(data);
      return;
    }
    reject(new Error('3 [fail] $data must be array with length 3'))
  },
  function then4(data, resolve, reject) {
    if (data[1] !== 123) {
      reject(new Error('4 [fail] $data[1] should be `123` {Number}'))
      return;
    }
    setTimeout(function() {
      console.log('4 [pass] $data[1] is `123`, convert to `yes123`')
      data[1] = 'yes123'
      resolve(data, 'hello here')
    },200)
  },
  function then5(data, second, resolve, reject) {
    if (data[1] === 'yes123' && second === 'hello here') {
      console.log('5 [pass] $data[1] is `yes123`')
      console.log('5 [pass] $second is `hello here`')
      resolve(12, data, second)
      return;
    }
    reject(new Error('5 [fail] $data[1] should be `yes123` {String} and $second should be `hello here`'))
  }],
function done(err, res) {
  if (err) {
    console.error(err)
    return;
  }
  console.log('Completed successfully!');
  console.log(res)
})
 

Tests

As usual - npm test or if you have mocha globally - mocha.

$ npm test

Authors & Contributors author tips

Charlike Mike Reagent

License MIT license

Copyright (c) 2014 Charlike Mike Reagent, contributors.
Released under the MIT license.

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