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- Use the HTTP Module to Make a Request
There are dozens of open-source libraries available that you can use to making an HTTP POST request in Node.
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Request is a simplified HTTP client comparable to Python’s requests library. This library is much more user friendly than the default http module and has been considered a go-to for the community for several years.
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By default set to Infinity. Determines how many concurrent sockets the agent can have open per origin. Origin is the returned value of () .
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Content-Length is given in bytes, not characters. Use () to determine the length of the body in bytes. does not check whether Content-Length and the length of the body which has been transmitted are equal or not.
Use the HTTP Module to Make a Request
If () is called after the response is received, the following events will be emitted in the following order:
It is a request from the client to know what HTTP methods the server will allow, like GET , POST , etc.
To keep things easier to follow, we'll use the second approach for the rest of this article. With that in mind, the techniques will translate.
Aside from providing a nice syntax it makes json requests easy, handles oauth signing (for twitter, etc.), can do multi-part forms (. for uploading files) and streaming.
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If () is called here, the timeout will be replaced with when the socket has served a request (if is non-zero).