When writing code with lots of promises, rescript isn’t ergonomic at all.
I’m using the new promise bindings from @ryyppy , which are great with pipe first etc - but that doesn’t magically make code that is full of promises (that depend on each other) easy to read.
My use case, using rescript to test ethereum smart contracts - every single thing is a promise (a call to the blockchain). Firstly, this makes the code much more difficult to read.
Is there a plan to make rescript compatible with
bs-let? Is there a plan down the road to introduce something like this in the language? Some clarity here would really help me - should I write those tests in reason syntax and wait until rescript supports this better, or should I rather try melange + latest reason syntax?