agent-q

Very thin wrapper layer between super-agent and Q to promisify superagent's callbacks

npm install agent-q
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Usage

SuperAgent's documentation has an example like this:

 request
   .post('/api/pet')
   .send({ name: 'Manny', species: 'cat' })
   .set('X-API-Key', 'foobar')
   .set('Accept', 'application/json')
   .end(function(res){
     if (res.ok) {
       alert('yay got ' + JSON.stringify(res.body));
     } else {
       alert('Oh no! error ' + res.text);
     }
   });

Use Agent-Q like this:

var qrequest = require('agent-q');

 qrequest.end(request
   .post('/api/pet')
   .send({ name: 'Manny', species: 'cat' })
   .set('X-API-Key', 'foobar')
   .set('Accept', 'application/json'))
   .then(function(res){
     if (res.ok) {
       alert('yay got ' + JSON.stringify(res.body));
     } else {
       alert('Oh no! error ' + res.text);
     }
   }).done();

Yep, it's that simple. But if you work with promises a lot, you know this gives you much-needed flexibility, e.g., to chain without dealing with pyramid code, and to return promises so the calling function can chain the callback.

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