Most Plugin operations return a
Task. This allows you to conveniently handle the long,
asynchronous aspect of many plugin invocations.
If your code does not need to do any other work while the
Plugin is running, you may
wait() on the
This will make your code poll the Steamship service until either the
Task is complete, or the wait timeout is reached.
Waiting on the task may time out before the
Task is complete. Don’t worry, the
Task is still running on the server.
You can increase the time you wait by passing the
One common pattern when your package does long asynchronous work is to return a
Task id which can
be used later to check on the status of the
Task. To check the status of a
Task from its id:
Once you have a task object again, you can
wait() on it, or check its