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NAME

Evo::Promise::Mojo

VERSION

version 0.0405

DESCRIPTION

Promises/A+ for Mojo::IOLoop - install Mojolicious to use this module

See Mojo::Pua for more real-world examples.

SYNOSIS

  use Evo '-Promise::Mojo *';

  sub load_later($url) {
    my $d = deferred();
    Mojo::IOLoop->timer(1 => sub { $d->resolve("HELLO: $url") });
    $d->promise;
  }

  load_later('http://alexbyk.com')->then(sub($v) { say $v });

  Mojo::IOLoop->start;

FUNCTIONS

promise

  promise(
    sub ($resolve, $reject) {
      Mojo::IOLoop->timer(1 => sub { $resolve->('HELLO') });
    }
  )->then(sub($v) { say "Fulfilled: $v"; });

Return ES6 syntax promise. The first argument should be a function. Resolve and reject handlers(functions) will be passed to it

Only the first invocation of either $resolve or $reject matters. The second one will be ignored.

deferred

Create a promise and attach it to the deferred object. Deferred object is a handler for the promise.

  my $d = deferred();
  Mojo::IOLoop->timer(1 => sub { $d->resolve('HELLO') });
  $d->promise->then(sub($v) { say "Fulfilled: $v"; });

resolve

  my $p = resolve('hello');

Generate a resolved promise with a given value. If value is a thenable object or another promise, the resulting promise will follow it. Otherwise it will be fulfilled with that value

reject

  my $p = reject('hello');

Generate a rejected promise with a reason. If the reason is a promise, resulting promise will NOT follow it.

all

Creates a promise that will be resolved only when all promise are resolved. The result will be an array containing resolved value with the same order, as passed to this function. If one of the collected promise become rejected, that promise will be rejected to with that reason.

  my ($d1, $d2) = (deferred, deferred);
  Mojo::IOLoop->timer( 1,   sub { $d1->resolve('first') });
  Mojo::IOLoop->timer( 0.1, sub { $d2->resolve('second') });

  all($d1->promise, $d2->promise)->then(sub($v) { say join ';', $v->@* });

Will print first;second

"spread" will help a lot

race

Return a promise that will be resolved or rejected with the value/reason of the first resolved/rejected promise

  my ($d1, $d2) = (deferred, deferred);
  race($d1->promise, $d1->promise)->then(sub($v) { say $v });

  Mojo::IOLoop->timer(1 => sub { $d1->resolve('1') });
  Mojo::IOLoop->timer(2 => sub { $d2->resolve('2') });

Will print 1

METHODS

then

Make a chain and return a promise. The 2 args form onResolve, onReject isn't recommended. Better use "catch"

  $promise->then(sub($v) { say "Resolved $v" })->then(sub($v) { say "Step 2 $v" });
  $promise->then(sub($v) { say "Resolved $v" }, sub($r) { say "Rejected $r" });

catch

The same as then(undef, sub($r) {}), recommended form

  $d->promise->then(sub { })->catch(sub($r) { say "Rejected with $r" });

spread

If you expect promise gets fulfilled with the array reference, you can dereference it and pass to function

  all(first => $d1->promise, second => $d2->promise)
    ->spread(sub(%res) { say $_ , ': ', $res{$_} for keys %res });

finally

Chain promise with a handler, that gets called with no argument when the parent promise is settled(fulfilled or rejected). When that handler returns a promise as result, the next promise gets postponed untill that promise will be settled. Returned value is ignored. If that handler causes an exception or returns rejected promise (or promise that will eventually gets rejected), the chain would be rejected.

A shorter. Causes no effect on the chain unless rejection happens

  resolve('VAL')->finally(sub() {'IGNORED'})->then(sub($v) { say $v});

Usefull for closing connections etc or making any internal stuff without affecting a chain

SEE ALSO

AUTHOR

alexbyk.com

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2016 by alexbyk.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.