Tiny message bus.
var nanopubsub =var bus =busbusbus
Emit an event like you'd do with everything else. There is no need for global error handling because it can be implemented by consumers.
You can call
bus.pub from inside
bus.sub - wait with calling
bus.pub call has resolved to guarantee the right ordering of events.
This is done through convention. We recommend namespacing events using the
Create a new message bus.
Create a new subscriber for an event.
done() should be called when the
subscriber is done.
Emit a new event with optional data attacked. The callback is called once all handlers are done.
Listen to global events on the message bus. There are a few events available:
bus.on('flush'): called when all
bus.pubcalls have resolved.
bus.on('pub'): called every time a
bus.pubcall is fired.
dataare passed to the callback.