Category : asynchronous

const axios = require("axios"); const Parser = require("./utils/parser"); const WebStore = require("./models/webstore"); const mongoose = require("mongoose"); require("./db/connection"); require("dotenv").config(); const url = ""; const app_secret = process.env.APP_SECRET; const buff = new Buffer(app_secret); const base64 = buff.toString("base64"); axios .get(url, { headers: { Accept: "application/json", Authorization: `Basic ${base64}`, }, params: { from_date: "2020-02-19", to_date: "2021-02-21", }, }) .then(async ..

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In TypeScript I try to call an external script SPCalendarPro in a private method that async fetches some data. The script is called as follows: private _getSPCalendarPro() { const spcalpro: any = require(‘./spcalendarpro.js’); } After calling the script I need to call the function as follows: spcalpro.getCalendarEvents({ listName: "StaffSchedule" }).ready(function(data, obj) { if (obj.error) console.error( ..

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This is my code: const dest = await fs.createWriteStream(‘./src/Pages/downloads/’ + fileName + ‘.’ + type); if(type === ‘pdf’ || type === "jpg" || type === "png") { fs.access("./src/Pages/downloads/" + fileName + "." + type, function(error) { if (error) { console.log("Directory does not exist.") } else { console.log("Directory exists.") } }) console.log("pdf if statement called") await ..

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Did some tests on my own and found that an error handler inside .then() or .catch() does NOT catch an error in ‘value’ of Promise.resolve(value), but DOES catch it in a Promise constructors resolve(value). I tried both Promise.resolve and a promise constructor with resolve ‘value’ that throws an error (tried using an undefined variables and ..

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I know that loading a JS file asynchronously means it will not affect the critical rendering path, however can an asynchronously loaded file still impact interactivity metrics like FID and TTI? Or is the loading and parsing of the file completely removed from the main thread and thus not impactful? Source: Ask Javascript..

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Currently working on the Asynchronous Programming chapter in ‘Eloquent JavaScript’. The code and text (copy/pasted below my question) left me pretty confused. If anybody can help clarify any of these things, that would be awesome! My Question: What’s with the book saying "This nicely illustrates the difficulty of properly handling errors with raw callbacks"? What ..

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