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Discussion on: How to wait for multiple Promises?

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Promise.allSettled is another way to handle multiple promises. The difference is that Promise.all rejects as soon one rejects, Promise.allSettled() returns a promise that resolves after all have rejected or resolved. This means it is more fault-tolerant, you can achieve the same with adding a catch handler to the promise.all, see example in article. I think I will add an article about the difference Promise.all and Promise.allSettled. Thanks for the constructive input.