JavaScript Methods For Making API Calls

Greetings, devs! We’ll go through several approaches to calling an API for your upcoming project in this article.

XML HTTP Request

The XMLHttpRequest object is supported by all current browsers when requesting data from a server.
Both the newest and the oldest browsers are compatible with it.
Despite being obsolete in ES6, it is still commonly used.

var request = new XMLHttpRequest();'GET', '');
request.onload = ()=>{


An asynchronous interface for resource retrieval, including network-wide resource retrieval, is provided by the Fetch API.
A Promise is returned.
It is an object that only has one value, either a Response or an error that happened.
The function.then() instructs the application on what to do when the Promise is fulfilled.

.then(response =>{
    return response.json();
}).then(data =>{


  • An open-source HTTP request library is what it is.
  • It is compatible with Node JS and browsers.
  • It may be added via an outside CDN in an HTML file.
  • It further yields promises like the fetch API.
<script src=""></script>
  .then(response =>{

jQuery – AJAX

  • Asynchronous HTTP requests are made by it.
  • makes the requests using the $.ajax() function.
<script src=""></script>

        url: "",
        type: "GET",
        success: function(result){

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