allora - Promisify using es6 Proxies every javascript API with less than 50 lines of code

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Promisify everything in less than ~50 lines. It can be used to implement promises on any JavaScript object. Allora does not allow you to do event streams since Promises could be only once fulfilled.

https://github.com/GianlucaGuarini/allora#readme

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