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We need a different approach that will convert the async API to a synchronous-looking one that will allow us to return a value.Many npm packages adopt the convention of taking a callback that accepts If you wanted to refactor this and create a completely fiber-wrapper GitHub client, you could write some logic to loop over all of the methods available and call Recently, a lot of npm packages have been moving to Promises instead of callbacks for their API. This means you need to initialize your own fiber and environment to use asynchronous Node code inside a Meteor app. If you are upgrading an application to Meteor 1.3 you may have to run meteor npm install --save meteor-node-stubs manually. This means you actually get a return value from the asynchronous function, but it’s just an empty shell where the real value is filled in later.The good news is that Promises can be used with the new ES2015 Essentially it copies a tarball of the contents of each of your npm dependencies into your application source repository. To accomplish this, specify This configuration serves pretty much the same purpose as symlinking an application directory into Meteor will compile the exposed code as if it was part of your application, using whatever compiler plugins you have installed. Many Meteor APIs, for example collections, rely on running inside a fiber.
Disabling antivirus (Windows Defender, etc.) If not you can run meteor npm init to create one. They also rely on an internal Meteor mechanism that tracks server “environment” state, like the currently executing method. will improve performance. Instantly share code, notes, and snippets. Clone with Git or checkout with SVN using the repository’s web address.
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