fast-iterator

Fast execution of an array of functions with the same value as input that can be altered.

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Fast execution of an array of functions with the same value as input that can be altered.

Install

npm i fast-iterator --save

Usage

const fast = require('fast-iterator')

fast(
  [fn1, fn2, fn3], // the array of functions to execute
  { context: true } // a custom context for every function
)(
  iterator.bind({ a: 'a', b: 'b' }), // an iterator function to pass custom parameters
  { hello: 'world' }, // the value to update
  done // the function to call once the work has been done
)

function fn1 (a, b, result, done) {
  console.log(a, b, result, this)
  done(null, { ciao: 'mondo' })
}

function fn2 (a, b, result, done) {
  console.log(a, b, result, this)
  done(null, { winter: 'is coming' })
}

async function fn3 (a, b, result) {
  console.log(a, b, result, this)
  return { winter: 'has come' }
}

function iterator (fn, result, done) {
  return fn(this.a, this.b, result, done)
}

function done (err, result) {
  console.log(err || result, this)
}

Output:
a b { hello: 'world' } { context: true }
a b { ciao: 'mondo' } { context: true }
a b { winter: 'is coming' } { context: true }
{ winter: 'has come' } { context: true }

If you need to release the internal Object holder for performances reasons, you can call the fourth parameter of the iterator: release.
function iterator (fn, result, done, release) {
  if (someCondition) return release()
  return fn(this.a, this.b, result, done)
}

Acknowledgements

This project is kindly sponsored by LetzDoIt.

License

Licensed under MIT.