Through stream that buffers input objects for at least
x ms until it emits
them merged together.
Useful if you let your users filter data results and only want to start an api request when the user hasn't done anything for 500ms.
Objects with multiple keys immediately trigger a flush because such interactions come from code, not people. Try clicking two checkboxes at once ;)
var Wait = ;src;src; // has to waitsrc; // has to waitsrc; // flush
one: 'foo'two: 'two'bar: 'baz'
$ npm install min-wait# or$ component install juliangruber/min-wait
Returns a through stream that buffers data for at least
Possible values for
ms: Time to wait at minimum
equal: Treat all input equally and also buffer multi-key objects
opts is a Number it is treated as
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