I'm trying to fetch some data from the REST API of HP Alm. It works pretty well with a small curl script - I get my data.  Now doing that with JavaScript, fetch and ES6 (more or less) seems to be a bigger issue. I keep getting this error messag...
I'm trying to POST a JSON object using fetch.  From what I can understand, I need to attach a stringified object to the body of the request, e.g.:  fetch("/echo/json/", {     headers: {       'Accept': 'application/json'...
I tried a ReactJS fetch call to a REST-API and want to handle the response. The call works, i get a response, which i can see in Chrome Dev Tools:  function getAllCourses() { fetch('http://localhost:8080/course', {     method: 'POST'...
There is a new API for making requests from JavaScript: fetch(). Is there any built in mechanism for canceling these requests in-flight?...
My browser is logging the following message in the devtools console:     No 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' header is present on the requested resource.… The response had HTTP status code 503.    Background: I have two apps. One that is an...
I have some parameters that I want to POST form-encoded to my server:  {     'userName': '[email protected]',     'password': 'Password!',     'grant_type': 'password' }   I'm sending my request (cur...
If I have an array of urls:  var urls = ['1.txt', '2.txt', '3.txt']; // these text files contain "one", "two", "three", respectively.   And I want to build an object that looks like this:  var text =...
If I want to download a file, what should I do in the then block below?  function downloadFile(token, fileId) {   let url = `https://www.googleapis.com/drive/v2/files/${fileId}?alt=media`;   return fetch(url, {     method: 'GET',     header...
Perhaps I misunderstood how catching errors with async/await is supposed to work from things articles like this https://jakearchibald.com/2014/es7-async-functions/ and this http://pouchdb.com/2015/03/05/taming-the-async-beast-with-es7.html, but my...
I'm trying to use the new Fetch API:   I am making a GET request like this:  var request = new Request({   url: 'http://myapi.com/orders',   method: 'GET' }); fetch(request);   However, I'm unsure how to add a query string t...

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