Promise support has arrived to VoxEngine

2016-07-07 15:25:42
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Now developers can use Promise in their VoxEngine scenarios and we also added Net.httpRequestAsync and Net.sendMailAsync functions that return Promise object in addition to standard ones that used callbacks. We will be working on additional ES6/ES7 functionality in the future to help VoxImplant developers build apps and services even faster.

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