AsyncValue represents a value that will exist in the future. This is
different from a
Promise in that it has no concept of errors or how they are
Note that, unlike a
Promise, this module is also internally synchronous. What
this means is that if a value has already been
set a call to
trigger the callback immediately. Conversely, if any callbacks have already been
get before a
set occurs they too will run immediately when
set is called. This behavior is intentional for performance reasons.
npm install async-value
var value =valuevalue
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