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Ejiro Asiuwhu
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Oct 26, 2021 ⋅ 5 min read

Using axios.all to make concurrent requests

Ejiro Asiuwhu Software engineer with a drive for building highly scalable and performant web applications. Heavily interested in module federation, micro frontends, state machines, TDD, and system designs. Big on web performance and optimization, advanced component design patterns, a11y, SSR, SSG, ISR, and state management. Expert at crafting highly reusable TypeScript-heavy component libraries.

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3 Replies to "Using <code>axios.all</code> to make concurrent requests"

  1. Thanks a lot, Ejiro, for all this. It was extremely helpful. One thing I cannot figure, though: is there a way to temporize between requests of the Promise.all ? (I need to make thousands of requests at a time to my server and don’t want to block it.)

  2. This was a great explanation for Promise.all!

    I was wondering, do you thing you could elaborate on how to use async/await with Promise.all using your same example?

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