Async generator class stuck on infinite loop javascript

I’m trying to get the following async generator to work: class MyIterator { constructor(m) { this.collection = m; } async *[Symbol.iterator]() { for (let item of this.collection) { …

Weird behavior using a generator function with React

Below is my stripped-down component. It has a generator function that is supposed to cycle through values. The behaviour of this is weird. Getting a new value displayed on the button takes one click, then two clicks, then one click again and so forth. The state is “3” sometimes, however, only “1” and “2” are ever logged. I don’t understand how this happens and I suppose it has something to do with the React Component lifecycle that I don’t yet know. Can someone help me? Answer One or the other of console.log(stateSwitcher.next().value) and setState(stateSwitcher.next().value) is consuming one of the yields.

Rendering a React component using ES generator

I have a very basic implementation of a sleep function which resolves a promise after x miliseconds: module.exports = (ms) => new Promise(res => setTimeout(res, ms)); I then need to render a …

How to use generator function in typescript

I am trying to use generator function in typescript. But the compiler throws error error TS2339: Property ‘next’ does not exist on type Below is an closest sample of my code. export default class …

Can I use ES6’s arrow function syntax with generators? (arrow notation)

ie how do I express this: function *(next) {} with arrow syntax. I’ve tried all the combinations I could think of, and I can’t find any documentation on it. (currently using node v0.11.14)

Is it possible to reset an ECMAScript 6 generator to its initial state?

Given the provided (very simple) generator, is it possible to return the generator back to its original state to use again? var generator = function*() { yield 1; yield 2; yield 3; }; …