I'm using the async.eachLimit function to control the maximum number of operations at a time.  const { eachLimit } = require("async");  function myFunction() {  return new Promise(async (resolve, reject) => {    eachLimit((await getA...
Perhaps I misunderstood how catching errors with async/await is supposed to work from things articles like this https://jakearchibald.com/2014/es7-async-functions/ and this http://pouchdb.com/2015/03/05/taming-the-async-beast-with-es7.html, but my...
let currentProduct;  for (let i = 0; i < products.length; i++) {      currentProduct = products[i];      subscription.getAll(products[i]._id)         .then((subs) => {             update(subs, currentProduct);         }); }   I'm using blue...
I haven't seen these constructs used much but I've found myself writing them to make use of async / await in functions that wouldn't typically return a promise, for example  chan.consume(queue, (msg) => {   this.pendingMsgs++; // execu...
I've got a directory with an unknown amount of subfolders. Each subfolder might have or not further subfolders. I am itterating through them using a recursive function. Due to the unknown amounts of subfolders I am missing a way to make sure that...
The following implements a control flow wrapper co enabling asynchronous code to be delineated only by the yield keyword.  Is this basically what async/await does under the hood in ESwhatever?    co(function*() {     console.log('...');     y...
I'm using Express.js in my code with Node.js v7.3. In this I've created a User Router which forwards the requests to my User Controller.  I'm using async/await inside the User Controller to do asynchronous calls. The problem is that Intel...
I want the console to print '1' first, but I am not sure how to call async functions and wait for its execution before going to the next line of code.      const request = require('request');  async function getHtml()  {     await req...
I am using async/await in several places in my code.  For example, if I have this function:  async function func(x) {     ...     return y; }   Then I always call it as follows:  async function func2(x) {     let y = await func(x);     ... }   I have...
The only place it seems to be documented is this issue thread and the actual specification. However, the reasoning for the removal isn't posted anywhere I could find.  The new recommended way seems to be await Promise.all(), but I'm curious a...

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