document-promises - Document loading states as Promises

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Document Promises is a ponyfill for document.parsed, document.contentLoaded, and document.loaded which allow you to run code after specific states of the document. document.parsed is a promise that fulfills when the document is parsed and readyState is interactive, before deferred and async scripts have run.

https://github.com/jonathantneal/document-promises#readme

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