Thanks for sharing!
As far as I know, you can achieve the same result with Promise.all by attaching a ‘.catch()’ to each promise in your array.
Yes, we could but Promise.allSettled is more concise. 🚀
I think you can only handle the first error that way, not the other errors or successes.
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