chained-emitter is a an implementation of the EventEmitter found in Node.js, based on EventEmitter2, but adding the ability to return a promise in an event handler.
ChainedEventEmitter is a an implementation of the EventEmitter found in Node.js,
based on EventEmitter2, but adding the ability to return a promise in an event
handler, so that the next handler waits for the previous to finish before
firing. As well,
emit() returns a promise that is fulfilled when all of the
handlers have fired.
var ChainedEmitter = EventEmitter;var server =parallel: true // fire second handler before the first resolves, defaults to false;
var bb =server;
Adds a listener to the end of the listeners array for the specified event. If
the listener returns a bluebird promise, the promise returned by
emit() will not
resolve until the returned promise resolves. If the
false, the next handler will also wait to fire before the returned promise
resolves. If you return anything but a promise (including
null), the next action will happen immediately.
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