10 examples of 'get data from url' in JavaScript

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15function get_data(url){
16
17 dir = url.split('/');
18 console.log("URL : "+ url);
19 var data = undefined;
20
21 for(var i in dir){
22 data = ds[dir[i]];
23 if(data == undefined) break;
24 }
25
26 return data;
27}
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34getURLData(url) {
35 return this.urlPages[url];
36}
40function getData(url) {
41 // the async call is 'hidden' in this function
42 request(url, (err, res, body) => {
43 if (err) it.throw(new Error('invalid API call'))
44 it.next(body)
45 })
46 // the function does not return anything
47}
84function _getData(url) {
85 return new Promise((resolve, reject) => {
86 request(url, (error, response, body) => {
87 error && reject(error);
88 body && resolve(body);
89 })
90 })
91}
188function getData (url, callback) {
189 $.ajax({
190 url: url,
191 headers: {
192 Authorization: 'token ' + tableau.password
193 },
194 success: function(result, textStatus, jqXHR) {
195 var link = jqXHR.getResponseHeader('link'),
196 next = getNextPage(link);
197
198 // GET queries return an array of results.
199 if (util.isArray(result)) {
200 data = result;
201 }
202 // SEARCH queries return an object with an array of results in "items".
203 else if (typeof result === 'object' && util.isArray(result.items)) {
204 data = result.items;
205 } else {
206 throw 'Unexpected result set, please check your API call syntax.'
207 }
208
209 callback(data, next);
210 },
211 error: function (jqXHR, textStatus, error) {
212 throw 'Invalid API call: ' + url + '\n Please check your syntax. Error:' + error;
213 }
214 });
215}
26export function getData (url: string, config?: RequestInit): Promise<unknown> {
27 return request('GET', url, config)
28}
8function Get(url){
9 var Httpreq = new XMLHttpRequest(); // a new request
10 Httpreq.open("GET",url,false);
11 Httpreq.send(null);
12 return Httpreq.responseText;
13}
229function getData(url, callback, tries){
230 options.path = url;
231 var conn = getHttp().get(options, function(res){
232 var chunks = '';
233 res.on('data', function(chunk) {
234 chunks += chunk;
235 });
236 res.on('end', function () {
237 var parsed = {};
238
239 if (!chunks && (!tries || tries < 3)) {
240 return getData(url, callback, (tries||0)+1);
241 }
242
243 // Try-Catch added by Mikael Aspehed
244 try{
245 parsed = JSON.parse(chunks);
246 }catch(e){
247 parsed = {error:e};
248 }
249
250 return callback(null,parsed);
251 });
252
253 res.on('error', function(err){
254 return callback(err, null);
255 });
256 });
257
258 conn.on('error', function(err){
259 return callback(err, null);
260 });
261}
31export async function getData (sourceUrl, params = {}) {
32 const url = new URL(sourceUrl)
33 const mergedParams = { ...params, access_token: config.token }
34
35 Object.keys(mergedParams).forEach(key => url.searchParams.append(key, mergedParams[key]))
36
37 const result = await window.fetch(url.toString())
38 const json = await result.json()
39
40 return json
41}
186getURL(url, callback) {
187 this.dbConn.get('usafe', url, (obj) => {
188 if (!obj || obj === 'undefined') {
189 callback([]);
190 } else {
191 // The type check is being done, to ensure,
192 // when users upgrade from 7.x to 8.0.x it does not break.
193 // The reason it might break is because the usafe
194 // was stored as JSON in 7.x and as string in 8.x.
195
196
197 let record = null;
198 if (typeof (obj) === 'string') {
199 record = JSON.parse(obj);
200 } else {
201 record = obj;
202 }
203 callback([record]);
204 }
205 });
206}

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