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JavaScript

Promise.all()

Is it possible to write an if statement within the Promise.all method that would override if all promises aren't met?

1 Answer

GIFT AKARIS
GIFT AKARIS
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@ James, Promise.all() itself is a like an if else statement . The .catch is where you'll want to put your else statement . Meaning if all is well do something if error .catch the error and do somethin

Ha! I didn't even think to look at it that way! Thanks!