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tinyreq v3.4.1

Tiny library for making http(s) requests.

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Tiny library for making http(s) requests.

:cloud: Installation

# Using npm
npm install --save tinyreq

# Using yarn
yarn add tinyreq

:bulb: ProTip: You can install the cli version of this module by running npm install --global tinyreq-cli (or yarn global add tinyreq-cli).

:clipboard: Example

const tinyreq = require("tinyreq");

// Make a request to example.com
tinyreq("http://example.com/", (err, body) => {
    console.log(err || body);
});

// Make a request with custom headers
// Using a promise
tinyreq({
    url: "http://example.com/"
  , headers: {
        "user-agent": "Crawler/1.0"
    }
}).then(body => {
    console.log(body);
}).catch(err => {
    console.log(err);
});

:question: Get Help

There are few ways to get help:

  1. Please post questions on Stack Overflow. You can open issues with questions, as long you add a link to your Stack Overflow question.

  2. For bug reports and feature requests, open issues. :bug:

  3. For direct and quick help, you can use Codementor. :rocket:

:memo: Documentation

tinyreq(options, callback)

Creates http(s) requests.

Params

  • String|Object options: A string being the request url or an object containing the following fields:
  • url (String): The request url.
  • method (String): The request method.
  • data (Object): The request POST data.
  • encoding (String): The response encoding type.
  • data_encoding (String): The request encoding type.
  • Function callback: The callback function called (with error and data parameters).

Return

  • EventEmitter An event emitter you can use for listening for the data, error and end events.

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:dizzy: Where is this library used?

If you are using this library in one of your projects, add it in this list. :sparkles:

  • bandcamp-scraper (by Simon Thiboutôt)—A scraper for https://bandcamp.com
  • bnr (by Bloggify)—Access resources (e.g. exchange rates) provided by the National Bank of Romania.
  • cheerio-req—An http request module sending back a Cheerio object.
  • github-colors—GitHub colors and file extensions mapping
  • google-font-downloader (by Bloggify)—Download Google fonts by providing the url
  • jsonrequest—A tiny library for requesting and getting JSON resources.
  • kequtwitch (by Nathan Lunde-Berry)—This is a node library for interfacing with twitch
  • lwipify—Convert images in lwip objects.
  • medivia-api (by Ethaan)—Medivia.org NodeJS API
  • mun (by Matheus Alves)—Obter informações de municípios do brasileiros.
  • page-changed—Call a function when the page body is changed.
  • payiota (by Andy Lisac)—A Node.js wrapper around the Payiota.me API.
  • tibia-api (by Ethaan)—NodeJS Tibia.com API
  • tinyreq-cli—A cli tool for making http(s) requests. CLI for tinyreq.
  • wrabbit (by jillix)—Wrap scripts by providing the wrapping function.

:scroll: License

MIT © Ionică Bizău

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