Re: Promises: final steps

> It's not clear to me why this, or your `Promise.throw`, is better than
> ```js
> somePromise.done(...)
> // or
> somePromise.then(...).done()
> ```

Not *much* better, I'd say, but IMO a `done` method which accepts a
callback overlaps too much with `then`, and a `done` method without a
callback just looks like a wart in need of removal.  : )

Visually, to me, wrapping beats capping.  But that's just me.

In the end, I like neither wrapping nor capping.  In my own work I've
preferred to define conditions under which certain rejections are
interpreted as program errors, thereby avoiding the wrapping/capping issue
entirely.  (I can elaborate if anyone's interested.)

{ Kevin }

Received on Thursday, 5 September 2013 17:22:02 UTC