When you wish to return a rejected promise (one that will leap to the next), use reject or throw. catch()). @maxwell - I appreciate your example. At the same time, if you add a catch to the fetch and throw the exception in it, you will be safe to use try.
I've lately spent a lot of time on Node and have run into three reoccurring promises issues: Promises offer an API that encourages writing risky code on the side. Promises lack a user-friendly API for working with data safely. Promises co-mingle rejected promises and unintended runtime exceptions.
Error handling is the process of anticipating, detecting, and resolving mistakes in programming, applications, and communications. For some applications, specialized programs known as error handlers are provided.
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