Promise.all() has a fail-fast behavior, which means that if any of the promises reject, then
Promise.all() will reject. Sometimes you don't want this behavior, and that's where promise-all-forgiving comes in. If one or more promises reject, it will continue to wait for all promises to complete and resolve with an array of any resolved values and rejected errors.
Install using NPM:
$ npm i promise-all-forgiving
Import the function:
const promiseAllForgiving = ;const promise1 = Promise;const promise2 = Promise;const promise3 = Promise;