What is Fetch API?
What is XMLHttpRequest?
How to send GET request using the Fetch API?
Fetch API is a powerful new web API that allows you to make asynchronous requests. The Fetch API provides a more effective and flexible set of features than the XMLHttpRequest object. Fetch returns a "promise," which is one of the new ES6 features. Promises allow you to process an asynchronous request more intelligently. Below is an example of making GET a request to the ReqBin echo URL with Fetch API.
How to send a GET request with custom HTTP headers?
To send a GET request with custom HTTP headers using the Fetch API, you need to pass those headers to the "headers" parameter.
How to send a GET request using the XMLHttpRequest?
To send an HTTP GET request using the XMLHttpRequest, we need to first create an object by calling new XMLHttpRequest() and then use the XMLHttpRequest open() and send() methods. Onreadystatechange informs when the status of a request has changed. Below is an example of getting JSON from the ReqBin echo URL with the XMLHttpRequest object.
How to send a GET request using jQuery?
If you are using jQuery in your project, it is recommended to use the jQuery Ajax methods instead of the raw XMLHttpRequest object. The jQuery $.get() method allows you to get from the server in a single line. This is a simple wrapper for the more advanced $.ajax method. Below is an example of getting JSON from the ReqBin echo URL with the jQuery Ajax method.
How to send a GET request using the Axios?
How to send a GET request in Node.js?
Node.js provides many methods for making HTTP requests. Many popular open-source libraries are available to make any HTTP request. The following example is sending a GET request to Node.js using the "request" library. The request library is a lightweight HTTP client comparable to the Python Requests Library.