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p-limit

Run multiple promise-returning & async functions with limited concurrency

    4.0.0latest

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Breaking

  • Require Node.js 12.20 9e08401
  • This package is now pure ESM. Please read this.

https://github.com/sindresorhus/p-limit/compare/v3.1.0...v4.0.0

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p-limit

Run multiple promise-returning & async functions with limited concurrency

Install

$ npm install p-limit

Usage

import pLimit from 'p-limit'; const limit = pLimit(1); const input = [ limit(() => fetchSomething('foo')), limit(() => fetchSomething('bar')), limit(() => doSomething()) ]; // Only one promise is run at once const result = await Promise.all(input); console.log(result);

API

pLimit(concurrency)

Returns a limit function.

concurrency

Type: number
Minimum: 1
Default: Infinity

Concurrency limit.

limit(fn, ...args)

Returns the promise returned by calling fn(...args).

fn

Type: Function

Promise-returning/async function.

args

Any arguments to pass through to fn.

Support for passing arguments on to the fn is provided in order to be able to avoid creating unnecessary closures. You probably don't need this optimization unless you're pushing a lot of functions.

limit.activeCount

The number of promises that are currently running.

limit.pendingCount

The number of promises that are waiting to run (i.e. their internal fn was not called yet).

limit.clearQueue()

Discard pending promises that are waiting to run.

This might be useful if you want to teardown the queue at the end of your program's lifecycle or discard any function calls referencing an intermediary state of your app.

Note: This does not cancel promises that are already running.

FAQ

How is this different from the p-queue package?

This package is only about limiting the number of concurrent executions, while p-queue is a fully featured queue implementation with lots of different options, introspection, and ability to pause the queue.

  • p-queue - Promise queue with concurrency control
  • p-throttle - Throttle promise-returning & async functions
  • p-debounce - Debounce promise-returning & async functions
  • p-all - Run promise-returning & async functions concurrently with optional limited concurrency
  • More…

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What is p-limit?

Run multiple promise-returning & async functions with limited concurrency

Is p-limit popular?

The npm package p-limit receives a total of 63,886,798 weekly downloads. As such, p-limit popularity was classified as popular.

Is p-limit well maintained?

We found that p-limit demonstrated a not healthy version release cadence and project activity because the last version was released a year ago.It has 1 open source maintainer collaborating on the project.

Last updated on 12 Aug 2021
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