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stream-each

v1.2.3

Published

Iterate all the data in a stream

Downloads

44,898,424

Readme

stream-each

Iterate all the data in a stream

npm install stream-each

build status

Usage

var each = require('stream-each')

each(stream, function (data, next) {
  console.log('data from stream', data)
  // when ready to consume next chunk
  next()
}, function (err) {
  console.log('no more data')
})

API

each(stream, iterator, cb)

Iterate the data in the stream by calling the iterator function with (data, next) where data is a data chunk and next is a callback. Call next when you are ready to consume the next chunk. Optionally you can call next with an error to destroy the stream

When the stream ends/errors the callback is called if provided

License

MIT

Related

stream-each is part of the mississippi stream utility collection which includes more useful stream modules similar to this one.