Are you sure that you always need to add a .catch()? As long as an error is thrown, and you don't swallow the error yourself inside of your own .catch(), then it should keep bubbling up until it reaches an error handler. I could be wrong but this is the behavior I'm used to seeing with async/await.
I think you're right.
But if you deep down it can always be the case that there is a catch somewhere above that eats errors.
Agree, it's generally a good idea to be explicit and prevent any edge cases.
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