I discovered after some trial and error that while thenable objects are not supported out of the box, they are supported by async.asyncify(), since it checks for .then() instead of if it's an instance of a Promise. This is an example of a situation where you would need to use async.asyncify() even in an environment that natively supports async functions.
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When writing a multiplatform frontend (i.e. Android, iOS) using ktor-client, one has to use strings for get() / update() / delete() calls to a (Ktor-based) backend. This is tedious and error-prone and replicates what had to tbe done for the backend.
So, in the last 3-4 hours i was searching for a memory leak in my app. After a complete code-review of my application code i decided to make a new simple app built on Ratchet WS server and see, if the problem persists. And it did!
The problem was, that whenever i created a WS connection, the connection class instances built in the background of the Ratchet were not destroyed! So on every ne
The C++ REST SDK is a Microsoft project for cloud-based client-server communication in native code using a modern asynchronous C++ API design. This project aims to help C++ developers connect to and interact with services.
Currently in our docs for open_signal_receiver, we have an example of catching SIGHUP and using it to reload the application configuration. While talking to @wgwz today re: python-trio/snekomatic#41, I discovered that this example is maybe not so great, because readers who aren't already steeped in Unix tr
Trying to learn Amp is difficult for someone new to coroutines and async in the context of PHP. Although I appreciate the work that has been done on the documentation so far, I still find it lacking for giving good background to the topic and its use.
For me, it has been helpful to start thinking about the "async context". It seems to me that in Amp, in order to do anything with async you must