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AwaitKit - The ES8 Async/Await control flow for Swift
AwaitKit is a powerful Swift library inspired by the Async/Await specification in ES8 (ECMAScript 2017) which provides a powerful way to write asynchronous code in a sequential manner. Internally it uses PromiseKit to create and manage promises.
I intend to use this space to document my promise modules, useful promise patterns, and how to solve common problems. For now though, you can see all my promise modules below.Star this repo to show your interest, so I can know whether to prioritize this work.
This project is currently unmaintained. If you want to take over, feel free to fork the repo. If such a fork gets maintained or contains useful improvements, I'd be willing to merge back and give repo+npm access.WARNING: Kneden is usable, but it's also not complete yet.
Promise-mysql is a wrapper for mysqljs/mysql that wraps function calls with Bluebird promises. Usually this would be done with Bluebird's .promisifyAll() method, but mysqljs/mysql's footprint is different to that of what Bluebird expects. At the minute only the standard connection (using .createConnection()) and the pool (using .createPool()) is supported. createPoolCluster is not implemented yet.
A helper library for async/await. Note: This README is for AsyncEx v5 (prerelease). For AsyncEx v4 (the current version), see here. If you are seeing an upgrade error when upgrading from v3 to v4, see this documentation.
This proposal is currently in stage 2 of the TC39 process. The async / await proposal was originally brought to committee in January of 2014. In April of 2014 it was discussed that the keyword await should be reserved in the module goal for the purpose of top-level await. In July of 2015 the async / await proposal advanced to Stage 2. During this meeting it was decided to punt on top-level await to not block the current proposal as top-level await would need to be "designed in concert with the loader".
A simple Promise-based asset loader with cross browser support down to IE 11. Ideal for use with async/await syntax. Uses fetch where possible, otherwise falls back to XMLHTTPRequest. Tries to infer loader type from extension, but you can also specify a type for other extensions – see Loaders for details.