The Fetch API is finally coming to Node.js

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  • happy-dom

    Happy DOM is a JavaScript implementation of a web browser without its graphical user interface. It includes many web standards from WHATWG DOM and HTML.

    I think you mean jsdom. You can try Happy DOM

  • linkedom

    A triple-linked lists based DOM implementation.

    I recently started using linkedom for this and it has been an absolute joy

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  • deno

    A modern runtime for JavaScript and TypeScript.

    I remember an interesting discussion when Deno was working out whether to add full ICU for the Intl builtin, which had the downside of increasing Deno's binary size by 25%. Not sure what it brings to this discussion, but it seems like a similar dilemma - whether or not to support a web standard at some cost to people who don't need it for their app.

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