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This module is deprecated. Use call-hook instead. It's much better.

Do something as an aside to a callback.

Potentially useful for logging calls to particular callbacks. Maybe other stuff too.


var interject = require('interject');
var say = function (msg, cb) {
    if (cb) cb(null, msg);
var afterSay = function (err, msg) {
    console.log('You said: ' + msg +'\n');
var logMessage = function (err, msg) {
    console.log('On ' + (new Date()) + ', somebody said: ' + msg);
say('Interject me please.', afterSay);
// Output: 
// Interject me please. 
// You said: Interject me please. 
var sayLogged = interject(say, logMessage);
sayLogged('Interject me please.', afterSay);
// Output: 
// Interject me please. 
// On Fri Mar 28 2014 18:20:41 GMT-0400 (EDT), somebody said: Interject me please. 
// You said: Interject me please. 


var f = interject(func, function interjection () {})

f(function callback () {
    /* do something */

Assuming the implementation of func accepts a callback (as it's last parameter), the function returned by interject will invoke both the interjection (as an aside) and the callback provided to f at the time the func implementation would have executed it's callback. It's important to note that the interjection will be called just before the callback, but it is not gauranteed to complete before callback is called.

The interjection receives the same arguments as the callback.

Also of note - when nesting interjections, the interjections will be called in the order they are defined before the final callback. Example:

var original = function (cb) { cb() };
var interjection1 = function () { /* I am called 1st */ };
var f = interject(original, interjection1);
var interjection2 = function () { /* I am called 2nd */ };
var f = interject(f, interjection2);


npm install interject


npm test [--dot | --spec] [--coverage | --grep=pattern]

Specifying --dot or --spec will change the output from the default TAP style. Specifying --coverage will print a text coverage summary to the terminal after tests have ran, while --pattern will only run the test files that match the given pattern.

Open an html coverage report with npm run view-cover.