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uxhr

1.0.6 • Public • Published

µXHR

The teeny tiny cross-browser XHR library - just 493 bytes gzipped!

Usage

// with a data object
uxhr('endpoint.html', {
    foo: 'bar',
    baz: 5
}, {
    complete: function (response) { ... }
});
 
// ... or with a data string
uxhr('endpoint.html', 'war=peace&freedom=slavery&ignorance=strength', {
    complete: function (response) { ... }
});
 
// abort a request
var req = uxhr('endpoint.html', {
  complete: function (response) { ... }
});
 
req.abort();

Arguments

Argument Type Required
url String Yes
data String Object
options Object No

Options

Option Type Default Notes
method String GET GET, POST, HEAD, PUT, DELETE, etc. see wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTP#Request_methods
headers Object {} Custom headers for this request, see wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_HTTP_header_fields#Requests
sync Boolean false Should this request be synchronous?
timeout Number 0 Timeout (in ms) before aborting the request
complete Function function(){} Callback fired when the request is completed
success Function function(){} Callback fired when the request is completed successfully (eg. with HTTP status code < 400)
error Function function(){} Callback fired when the request returns an error (eg. HTTP status code >= 400)

Returns

uxhr returns the request object

Tested on

  • Chrome 29 on OSX
  • Chrome 28 on Windows
  • Firefox 23 on OSX
  • Firefox 21 on Windows
  • Internet Explorer 7-10 on Windows
  • Opera 16 on OSX
  • Safari 6 on OSX
  • Safari 6 on iPhone4/iOS6
  • Safari 6 on iPhone5/iOS6
  • Safari 6 on iPad2/iOS6
  • Safari 6 on iPad3/iOS6

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Install

npm i uxhr

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Version

1.0.6

License

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