Evt.newCtx<T>()

Get a new instance of Ctx

The recommended way to get a new Ctx instance. The type argument is optional, default is void.

Returns

  • Ctx<T> if a type argument was specified

  • VoidCtx if no type argument was speficied.

Example

import { Evt } from "evt";
const ctx = Evt.newCtx();
ctx.getPrDone().then(()=> console.log("DONE"));
ctx.done(); //Prints "DONE"
//----------------------------
const ctxData = Evt.newCtx<Uint8Array>();
ctxText.getPrDone().then(
data=> console.log(`DONE: ${data.byteLength} bytes`)
);
ctxText.done(new Uint8Array([1,2,3])); //Prints "DONE: 3 bytes"

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