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bluebird 3.7.2

Full featured Promises/A+ implementation with exceptionally good performance
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Frequently Asked Questions

What does bluebird do?

Bluebird serves as a fully-featured promise library that prioritizes innovative characteristics and functionality. It holds true to Promises/A+ standards, delivering impressive performance and even improving upon native promises provided by Node.js. With Bluebird, users can benefit from features such as cancellation, iteration methods, and warnings, which native promises don't offer.

How do you use bluebird?

To use Bluebird, you first need to install it through npm using the command npm install bluebird. After installation, you can use it as a promise library in your JavaScript code. For example:

var Promise = require('bluebird');
var fs = Promise.promisifyAll(require('fs'));

fs.readFileAsync('file.txt', 'utf8')
.then(function(data) {
    console.log(data);
})
.catch(function(e) {
    console.error('error reading file', e);
});

In this example, the fs module methods are promisified to use Bluebird promises allowing asynchronous tasks to be handled more cleanly and intuitively with .then() and .catch().

Where are the bluebird docs?

The comprehensive documentation for Bluebird, including tutorials and API references, can be found on the official Bluebird website at http://bluebirdjs.com/docs/getting-started.html. For a detailed API reference, visit http://bluebirdjs.com/docs/api-reference.html. Additional support and discussions can be found on sites like StackOverflow using the tags 'promise' and 'bluebird'.