Leema is designed for concurrency and asynchronous I/O.
Imagine the case where you want to make two database queries. In Leema, the sequential version would look something like:
let users := fetch_users_from_db() let products := fetch_products_from_db() process_users_and_products(users, products)
The asynchronous version would look like:
let users_fork := task::fork(fetch_users_from_db()) let products_fork := task::fork(fetch_products_from_db()) let users := task::join_fork(users_fork) let products := task::join_fork(products_fork) process_users_and_products(users, products)
task::fork call, the expressions assigned to
products are executed asynchronously.
The code to join the futures still needs to be improved so that joining asynchronous results isn’t quite as verbose.