Proxy all calls to an objects functions to a wrapper which returns promises. In addition to wrapping functions this project will also setup a getter/setter "proxy" so you can treat the proxied objects very similar to their originals (i.e. setting a property on either will effect both).
NOTE: This does not use "real" proxies (ES6)
Works in node & the browser through component
var proxy = ;var fs = ;fs;
Proxies are stamped as well to protect wrapping proxies with proxies
var fs = ;var fs2 = ;// fs === fs2
If there is a global promise object (like in the browser):
var proxied = ;
By default when you proxy an object it will "deeply" traverse the object creating proxies even on nested levels.
var proxyObj = ;proxyObjnestedapi
This can be disabled by passing deep: false:
proxyObj = ;
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Copyright (c) 2015 Sahaja James Lal
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