I can write non-blocking I/O in Node.js  very easily. It's what the entire library is set up for.  But any computation done is blocking. Any message passing over event emitters are blocking.  For example, emitting events are resolved immediately...
I want to emit events from one file/module/script and listen to them in another file/module/script. How can I share the emitter variable between them without polluting the global namespace?   Thanks!...
I have searched and searched for this, to no avail. I've combed the web (including Stackoverflow), and the Node docs for an answer, and not found one---that worked (maybe that's just bad searching on my part). I'm working with an event-st...
I was going over this tutorial to implement sending/receiving broadcast messages in my angular 1.5 app.  so inside a controller I have this:    update(){     this.$rootScope.$broadcast('language_changed');   }   and in another controller I go...
I've looked high and low, and can only find how to write async functions, which I already understand.  What I am trying to do is run an async method in a triggered event [EventEmitter], but such a simple thing seems to be just simply not possible...
I was using EventEmitter and @Output in Angular services, today one of the coleagues mentioned it's not a good practice.  I found this post mentioning it's a bad practice and it seems mostly is personal opinion, and this answer is mentioning...
I'm using node's eventemitter though other event library suggestions are welcomed.  I want to run a function once if several events are fired. Multiple events should be listened to, but all of them are removed if any one of the events fires....
I am using a event emitter to communicate between a map component and the toolbar. Note* I am using this same code in other parts of my app without issue. The error I am getting is :     Warning: setState(...): Can only update a mounted or mounting c...
I'm confused about Eventemitter. I write a code but that does not work properly. Why the below code does not work :  const EventEmitter = require('events'); const util = require('util');  function MyEmitter() {   EventEmitter.call...
I have a code that emits and handles events in same .js file. Emitting events can be of type "hello", "world", "user", etc as an example. All the event handler functions (.on) have similar approach to handle events inside core...

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