What is a future/promise anyway?
A future (or promise), is an alternative method to callbacks when working with asyncronous code. For more information check out the very information Wikipedia article on Futures and Promises.
Oath is available for both server-side and the browser.
Package is available through npm:
npm install oath
Download the package and include either the normal or minimized build in your HTML header.
Help, resources, and issues?
- The annotated source / full API documentation is available at alogicalparadox.com/oath.
- If you have questions or issues, please use this projects Github Issues.
Interested in contributing? Fork to get started. Contact @logicalparadox if you are interested in being a regular contributor.
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