Watch out args in $.ajax success callback vs complete callback – that might reject your Promise!
Watch out, in
success callback of
$.ajax, you get
data as the first argument. This is the more commonly used callback
Whereas in complete, you get
textStatus. That makes sense, because no
However, a jqXHR is a thenable. If you do
[code] complete: d => resolve(d) [/code]
Your promise chain up one level can get rejected if the ajax req failed. Might not be what you are wishing for
Hours spent on this. Hope this helps anyone trapped in the same hole.