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Why does Typescript think async/await returns a value wrapped in a promise?

By : Pavan Kumar
Date : October 18 2020, 03:08 PM
may help you . Your question "I thought await would return the same value as the first argument in the .then callback. Am I wrong?".
No, you are absolutely right. But you are wrong about what the first argument in the .then callback is.
code :
type IHttpPromise<T> = IPromise<IHttpPromiseCallbackArg<T>>;
handleSubmit(form) {
    const params = this.getParams(form);

       .then((resp:IResp) => this.processResp(resp))
       .catch((e:IServerError) => this.handleError(e));
async handleSubmit(form) {
    const params = this.getParams(form);

    try {
        const httpResp:IHttpPromiseCallbackArg<IResp> = await this.myAsyncRequest(params); 
        const resp: IResp = httpResp.data;
    } catch (e:IServerError) {
myAsyncRequest(params:IParams):IHttpPromise<Something> {

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Using es6-promise with TypeScript 2.1 ES5 Webpack (async/await)

By : ankit goel
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do You can make the TypeScript compiler aware of ES2015 promises by adding "es2015.promise" to the list of library files to include in your tsconfig.json:
code :
    "compilerOptions": {
        "lib": [

How to get the value of a promise in an async / await function on typescript?

By : Yuriy Gorlichenko
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? key is a string. The return value of getKey, and all async functions, is a promise. You can't assign a promise to a string, as TypeScript is telling you. Instead, you have to wait for the promise (using then) and assign the value of the promise to key. So:
code :
export class AuthService {

  private key:string = "";

  constructor(private storage: Storage) {


  private async getKey() {
    let response = await this.storage.get('key');
    return response;

  public init() {
    this.getKey().then(key => this.key = key);
public async init() {
  this.key = await this.getKey();
export class AuthService {

  public key: Promise<string>;

  constructor(private storage: Storage) { }

  ngOnInit() { this.key = this.storage.get('key'); }

// template

The key is {{key | async}}

Typescript async/await with Observable Or Promise

By : Ankita Agharkar
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help You can use the async functions the way you do but it will have no effect in your example. You have to understand that async function returns a promise:
code :
const fn = async function() {};
fn() instanceof Promise
  .map(async (v) => {
    return v;
  .subscribe((v) => {
    console.log(v instanceof Promise); // logs `true`
  .map(async (v) => {
    return v;
  .mergeMap((p) => {
    return p;
  .subscribe((v) => {

JS async (async/await) returns promise but also executes the function

By : Erhan Biçer
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . There are many ways to achieve asynchronosity of code. Callbacks, built-in functions like setTimeout, and Promises are a few of commonly known ones. Marking a function as async is not what makes it truly asynchronous. It allows you to use a keyword await in places where you want to wait on Promises. Yeah, await/async only work with Promise. They are useful for expressing branching and more complex flow control in imperative (sync) style applied to asynchronous code.
Try the following code and see how it works, hope it helps:
code :
function wait(ms, text) {
  return new Promise((resolve, reject) => {
    setTimeout(() => {
      console.log('complete', text);
    }, ms);

async function doTwoThings() {    // This func will return a Promise
  await wait(2000, 'BBB');        // - to which you can subscribe with `.then`
  await wait(1000, 'AAA');        // - or `await` on within another `async` function.
  return 'Both done';

     result => console.info('Done done done!', result),
     err => console.error('Oooops', err)

NodeJS Async/Await doesn't await (returns Promise pending)

By : user2740786
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times You can't use normal "for loop" with Promises, as loop won't wait for a promise to resolve and will move to the next iteration. You can use the new "for of" loop along with async await :-
code :
    .then(async function (page) {
        var history = []

        for(const obj of page.records) {
          const username = await findUser(obj["from"]);
            var payment = {
                "from": obj["from"],
                "amount": obj["amount"],

    .catch((err) => {
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