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Published on March 4, 2014

Author: alokguha

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Javascript Promises Alok Guha

JS Functions • Functions are first class citizens in JavaScript • Functions can take functions as arguments and call them when they are done.

First-class functions function sqr(x) { return x * x; } // a function may be assigned to a variable var func = sqr; // a function may have properties or be a property func.doubleMe = function (x) { return x + x; }; // a function may be used as a parameter [1, 2, 3].map(func.doubleMe); OR [1, 2, 3].map(func);

First-class functions function calculate(config){ //choose a function based on ref data return config.flag ? sqr : cube; } function sqr(x){ return x*x; } function cube(x){ return sqr(x)*x; }

Callbacks • Callback functions are derived from a programming paradigm called functional programming.(At a simple and fundamental level, functional programming is the use of functions as arguments) fileSys.readFile("file1.txt", function (file1Content) { return file1Content; }); .

Is Javascript really Async ? • All of the JavaScript engines including V8 Engine are single-threaded. • But all I/O is evented and asynchronous It is possible via the EventLoop.

Event Loops • An entity that handles and processes external events and converts them into callback invocations • Every asynchronous operation adds itself to the EventLoop Event Loops

How it works ?

Promise “A declaration or assurance that one will do something or that a particular thing will happen” • A Promise can be – Pending – Fulfilled – Rejected

JS Promise • A Promise is an object that represents a onetime event, typically the outcome of an async task like an AJAX call. • At first, a Promise is in a pending state. Eventually, it’s either resolved or rejected. • Once a Promise is resolved or rejected, it’ll remain in that state forever, and its callbacks will never fire again

How to promise ? var promise = new Promise(function(resolve, reject){ // do a thing, possibly async, then… if (/* everything turned out fine */) { resolve("Stuff worked!"); } else { reject(Error("It broke")); } });

Lets promise.. var num = 4; var simpleSqrPromise = new Promise(function(resolve, reject){ resolve(num*num); reject(); }); //execute it simpleSqrPromise.then(function(data){ console.log("worked "+data); }).catch(function(err){ console.log(err);});

Simple Functional Transform var user = getUser(); var userName = user.name; // becomes var userNamePromise = getUser().then(function (user) { return user.name; });

Simple coding path • Can we code a Promise which parses JSON ? And ensure its value for next operation..

Do you know them ?

Consider this ;/

Callbacks are hell :D • They are literally the simplest thing that could work. • But as a replacement for synchronous control flow, they s**k. • There’s no consistency in callback APIs. • There’s no guarantees. • We lose the flow of our code writing callbacks that tie together other callbacks. • We lose the stack-unwinding semantics of exceptions, forcing us to handle errors explicitly at every step.

Now see this.. someCall(promisedStep1) .then(promisedStep2) .then(promisedStep3) .then(promisedStep4) .then(function(value4){ // do something }) .done();

Promise Guarantees promiseForResult.then(onFulfilled, onRejected); • Only one of onFulfilled or onRejected will be called. • onFulfilled will be called with a single fulfillment value (⇔ return value). • onRejected will be called with a single rejection reason (⇔ thrown exception). • If the promise is already settled, the handlers will still be called once you attach them. • The handlers will always be called asynchronously.

JS Promise frameworks • Jquery Promise • When • Q • A+ • JSPromise Etc..

References • • • • • • Google.com  .. .. .. .. ..

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