Turns sync functions into async generator functions
return a'bar' || b;
Gets compiled into:
return yield a'bar' || yield b;
From there, you can provide asynchronous thunk-based or Generator-based
implementations for the
b() functions, in conjunction with any
Generator-based flow control library to execute the contents of the
$ npm install degenerator
You must explicitly specify the names of the functions that should be
"asyncified". So say we wanted to expose a
get(url) function that did
and HTTP request and returned the response body.
The user has provided us with this implementation:
var one = get'';var two = get'';var three = JSONparseget'';return one two three;
Now we can compile this into an asyncronous generator function, implement the
instance with the
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