fetch() In Node.js Core: Why You Should Care

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  • ky

    🌳 Tiny & elegant JavaScript HTTP client based on the browser Fetch API

    I usually use fetch or node-fetch, but recently discovered ky which is just a very light-weight convenience layer on top of fetch that does what I would usually do manually for bigger projects: setting a base URL, specifying which status codes are considered as "failed", setting custom headers for all requests, etc.

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