Information Packets (IP)
Improve markdown of this section
Instead of just 'scope - see scope', add some information about scope and then '(for more information, see scope)' for instance.
Typo at 'handle thme'
Where should I look to see about error ports?
Buffer link dont work: https://aretecode.github.io/process-api/#buffer
Loved the eh canada example! But who is the
repeat component? Use
database instead of
db in the explanation to match component's name.
This is a very confusing phrase: "Concurrency problems in graphs with these graph and these sample components as examples".
By finishing this section I felt like introduced to process api, but it actually starts on the next section. Maybe include this after explaining Process Api?
Sending information packets
Typo processe's outport
Link for port events is broken.
Cannot understand those first two paragraphs, why should I use the Process API?
Is is better to read when topics are like
Who is 'it' in 'check if it has a packet'?
I think it is better to read if "input.has can be given a callback argument that can check any IP attributes to answer if the IP matches the custom requirements or not.' came after the example.
Preconditions is only to check if the packet exists?
What "For example, if the incoming packet flow on an in inPort is: md 1) openBracket 2) data 3) closeBracket" means?
Typo at "`closeBracket."
Who is 'it' in "Since it removes it from the buffer each time, you can repeatedly call it until you have what you need, for example:"?
Can you explain buffer before?
"when you … " looks weird
input.get(portname).data is the same as input.getData portname? nice!
What is an output map?
Link https://aretecode.github.io/projects/find-ehs don't work
Proccesserror is a typo?
in in "For example, IPs coming into an in port:"?
sending the stream… phrase is bad formatted
Data Stream Helpers
Some more broken links
The first paragraph is confusing, please start with the second one and add the similarity with
hasStream after explaining what
Example is in a single line.
Can you explain the example a little bit further? :-)