One of the great themes of the web these days is harmony, which leads to unwavering work. In doing so, a number of errors may occur. Instead of providing common errors, you’d better provide information about the error. Of
AggregateError Error allows developers to throw multiple errors in a single.
Error. Let’s see how it works.
To throw an error that represents multiple errors, let’s use “” “” “” “”.
const error = new AggregateError([ new Error('ERROR_11112'), new TypeError('First name must be a string'), new RangeError('Transaction value must be at least 1'), new URIError('User profile link must be https'), ], 'Transaction cannot be processed')
Throwing a “”
You get the following information:
error instanceof AggregateError // true error.name // 'AggregateError' error.message // 'Transaction cannot be processed' error.errors // The array of errors
AggregateError Incredibly useful when verifying multiple sets of data, instead of throwing one error at a time, grouping them into one is ideal!
AggregateError a would be really useful.
Promise.any Situational communication, informative errors FTW!
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