Wait until all promises complete even if some rejected

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Update, you probably want to use the built-in native Promise.allSettled:

Promise.allSettled([promise]).then(([result]) => {
   //reach here regardless
   // {status: "fulfilled", value: 33}
});

As a fun fact, this answer below was prior art in adding that method to the language :]


Sure, you just need a reflect:

const reflect = p => p.then(v => ({v, status: "fulfilled" }),
                            e => ({e, status: "rejected" }));

reflect(promise).then((v => {
    console.log(v.status);
});

Or with ES5:

function reflect(promise){
    return promise.then(function(v){ return {v:v, status: "fulfilled" }},
                        function(e){ return {e:e, status: "rejected" }});
}


reflect(promise).then(function(v){
    console.log(v.status);
});

Or in your example:

var arr = [ fetch('index.html'), fetch('http://does-not-exist') ]

Promise.all(arr.map(reflect)).then(function(results){
    var success = results.filter(x => x.status === "fulfilled");
});

~ Answered on 2015-07-15 08:07:44


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