Let's say I have a set of promises that are making network requests, of which one will fail:
// http://does-not-exist will throw a TypeError var arr = [ fetch('index.html'), fetch('http://does-not-exist') ] Promise.all(arr) .then(res => console.log('success', res)) .catch(err => console.log('error', err)) // This is executed
Let's say I want to wait until all of these have finished, regardless of if one has failed. There might be a network error for a resource that I can live without, but which if I can get, I want before I proceed. I want to handle network failures gracefully.
Promises.all doesn't leave any room for this, what is the recommended pattern for handling this, without using a promises library?
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