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Interface: FetchResponse<T>

core.FetchResponse

The response of a call to fetch.

The structure largely follows https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/Response

Type parameters

Name Type
T extends any = any

Properties

body

Optional body: T

The body of the response.

If the response contains JSON data, either because the Content-Type header is application/json or if the data is JSON-parseable, this will be a parsed JavaScript object. Similarly, if the response headers are text/xml or application/xml, this will be a parsed JavaScript object using the xml2js library.

If implicit parsing is undesirable, you may consider using isBinaryResponse on the request to disable any parsing. Note however that this will result in the body being a NodeJS Buffer.

Defined in

api_types.ts:555


headers

headers: Object

HTTP response headers. The contents of many headers will be redacted for security reasons.

Index signature

▪ [header: string]: string | string[] | undefined

Defined in

api_types.ts:559


status

status: number

The HTTP status code, e.g. 200.

Defined in

api_types.ts:543