nextjs

    0.0.3 • Public • Published

    Next

    Because asynchronous calls suck out your brain without a proper async handler. This one is just 4 lines yet it solves a huge issue.

    Install

        npm install nextjs

    How it works?

    1. Create a Next Instance: var next = new Next(2, finish)
    2. Then you call next() as many times as you specified in the count. In this example it is 2.
    3. After next was called 2 times, the finish function will be called.

    Example

        // Include
        var Next = require('nextjs');
        
        // CREATE a Next Instance
        var next = new Next(2, finish);
        
        // Log Start
        console.log('start');
        
        // Will happen after 5 seconds passed
        setTimeout(function(){ console.log('A'); next(); }, 5000); 
        
        // Will happen after 2 seconds passed
        setTimeout(function(){ console.log('B'); next(); }, 2000); 
        
        // Will happen in the end after 5 seconds passed
        function finish(){ console.log('finished'); } 
        
        // output result
        // 0 second => start
        // 2 second => B
        // 5 second => A
        // 5 second => finished

    Next parameters

    • count: the number of times you will have to call the next() instance. required integer
    • finish: finishing callback required function

    Key features

    • It's just 4 lines - 0.16kb
    • Easy to use
    • Its part of dietjs

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    Install

    npm i nextjs

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    1,809

    Version

    0.0.3

    License

    MIT

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    Collaborators

    • adamhalasz