A handy and powerful async flow helper
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xchain

Changes

  • 0.4.3 -- Sep, 10th, 2012

    • Redefine the parameter form of xchain, now you can write

      xchain(
          [1, 2, 3], function(next, elem, index) {
              // ...
          },
          { a : 1, b : 2}, function(next, property, value) {
              // ...
          }, function(next) {
              // ...
          }
      )(
          // ...
      )
  • 0.4.2 -- Sep. 8th, 2012

    • Add a way to handle async exception correctly. see test-07.js
  • 0.4.0 -- Sep. 5th, 2012

    • This project is originally named as AsyncChain, which is a little long.

    • Inspired by step, I desided to make API more clean. But still the design is very different from step and flow-js, as I consider my way to handle error in async flow is more clear.

    • Only node.js is supported now. For browsers, another project named jquery-xchain will be born.

Install

By simply type

npm install xchain

Demos

You can go to see the testcases to know how to use it, they are very simple and cover all points.

License

ISC license, which is BSD-like and with simpler text.