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HTTP

The HTTP driver allows sending and receiving HTTP requests and responses.

Input

The HTTP driver provides the latest HTTP response as input. The response will have the status code, headers, and body.

Try in playgroundMoon.use({
    http: Moon.http.driver
});

Moon.run(({ http }) => {
    console.log(http); // => null
    return {
        http: [{
            url: "https://moonjs.org/"
        }]
    };
});

Moon.run(({ http }) => {
    console.log(http); // => { status, headers, body }
    return {};
});

Output

The HTTP driver accepts a list of HTTP requests as output. Each request can have a method, url, headers, body, responseType, onLoad, and onError property. Only the url property is required.

Try in playgroundMoon.use({
    http: Moon.http.driver
});

Moon.run(() => ({
    http: [
        {
            url: "https://moonjs.org/",
            onLoad: ({ http }) => {
                console.log(http);
                return {};
            }
        },
        {
            method: "GET",
            url: "https://moonjs.org/",
            headers: {
                "Moon": "Titan"
            },
            body: "HTTP driver test",
            responseType: "document",
            onLoad: ({ http }) => {
                console.log(http);
                return {};
            },
            onError: ({ http }) => {
                console.error(http);
                return {};
            }
        }
    ]
}));