This is the Linux app named unfetch whose latest release can be downloaded as 4.2.0.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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Tiny 500b fetch "barely-polyfill". With a module bundler like rollup or webpack, you can import unfetch to use in your code without modifying any globals. While one of Unfetch's goals is to provide a familiar interface, its API may differ from other fetch polyfills/ponyfills. One of the key differences is that Unfetch focuses on implementing the fetch() API, while offering minimal (yet functional) support to the other sections of the Fetch spec, like the Headers class or the Response class. Uses simple arrays instead of iterables, since arrays are iterables. No streaming, just Promisifies existing XMLHttpRequest response bodies. Use in Node.JS is handled by isomorphic-unfetch.
- About 500 bytes of ES3 gzipped
- Just fetch() with headers and text/json responses
- A subset of the full API
- Supports IE8+ (assuming Promise is polyfilled of course!)
- One function, no dependencies
- Written in ES2015, transpiled to 500b of old-school JS
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