How to use the synchronous-promise.SynchronousPromise.resolve function in synchronous-promise

To help you get started, we’ve selected a few synchronous-promise examples, based on popular ways it is used in public projects.

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github brodybits / prettierx / tests_integration / runPrettier.js View on Github external
    .mockImplementation(() => SynchronousPromise.resolve(options.input || ""));
  jest
github jquense / yup / src / util / createValidation.js View on Github external
function runTest(testFn, ctx, value, sync) {
  let result = testFn.call(ctx, value);
  if (!sync) return Promise.resolve(result);

  if (thenable(result)) {
    throw new Error(
      `Validation test of type: "${
        ctx.type
      }" returned a Promise during a synchronous validate. ` +
        `This test will finish after the validate call has returned`,
    );
  }
  return SynchronousPromise.resolve(result);
}
github exokitxr / zeo / core / engines / webvr / client.js View on Github external
const _stopOpening = () => {
              this.isOpening = false;

              return SynchronousPromise.resolve();
            };
            const _handleError = err => {
github Levertion / mcfunction-langserver / src / data / noncached.ts View on Github external
const schemaRequestService: SchemaRequestService = url =>
        schemas.hasOwnProperty(url)
            ? SynchronousPromise.resolve(schemas[url])
            : SynchronousPromise.reject(
                  `Schema at url ${url} not supported`
              );

synchronous-promise

Synchronous Promise-like prototype to use in testing where you would have used an ES6 Promise

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