Out of the box, Node.js offers the
http library for making requests, but it isn't particularly user friendly and requires some customization before it can be easily used. As a result, a large ecosystem of third-party libraries have emerged to make AJAX and HTTP requests easier.
Some offer cross-platform (browser and Node.js) support, while others focus on bundle size or developer experience. With some many options, how do you choose?
To help make your decisions on picking a library a little easier we've assembled a list of the top Node.js HTTP request modules, along with implementation details and feature rundowns.
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