Assert that a thunk or generator takes less than a certain amount of time. Note that it does not stop the thunk or generator from finish executing.
To set the timeout of all the downstream middleware, you can do the following:
However, you generally don't want to do this. You only want to set a timeout when the client takes too long to do something, not you. Specifically, you should set a timeout only on the client sending a request:
If you want to customize or handle the error yourself:
fn- a thunk, generator, or generator function
timeout- timeout in milliseconds integer or a string
done- optional callback called only when
fnfinishes executing after the timeout error is thrown
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