In this blog, we’ll talk about the JavaScript Fetch API and how to use it to make asynchronous HTTP requests.

The Fetch API is a modern interface that allows you to make HTTP requests to servers from web browsers.

If you have worked with XMLHttpRequest (XHR) object, the Fetch API can perform all the tasks as the XHR object does.

In addition, the Fetch API is much simpler and cleaner. It uses the Promise to deliver more flexible features to make requests to servers from the web browsers.

The fetch() method is available in the global scope that instructs the…

Saman Batool

Recent software engineering graduate who enjoys exploring the intersection between business and code.

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