Like Promise.all but for Objects
If your friends ask, this is why Promises are cool: they're objects that you can pass around and do things to while you're waiting for their promised values. With
resolved, you can embed promises in other objects and then get the aggregate resolved value.
This is similar to the function
when, which takes an array of promises and returns a promise for an array of all of the resolved values.
resolved does the same, but for objects instead of arrays.
$ npm install resolved
var resolved =var obj =a: 'a regular value'b: promiseOfTruec:promiseOfFalsepromiseOf1resolved