1. XMLHttpRequest (XHR):
XMLHttpRequest is an API in the form of an object that provides methods to transfer data between a web browser and a web server. It is a built-in object in most modern browsers and is used to make asynchronous requests to a server without having to reload the page.
2. Fetch API:
Fetch API is a modern replacement for the XMLHttpRequest API, and it provides an interface for performing network requests. It allows developers to make requests to a server, get responses, and even handle errors in a much simpler way than with XHR.
SuperAgent is a lightweight library used to make HTTP requests from the server. It is designed to be easy to use and supports streaming, file uploads, and custom headers.
The request is an HTTP client library for Node.js used to make HTTP requests from the server. It supports a wide range of features, including HTTPS, redirects, gzip compression, and more.
7. Node Fetch:
Node Fetch is a library for Node.js used to make HTTP requests. It is a lightweight library that is API compatible with the browser Fetch API and provides the same methods for making requests.
HTTP.js is a library used to make HTTP requests from the server. It is built on top of the Node Fetch library and provides additional features, such as cookies, custom headers, retries, and more.
Supertest is a library used to make HTTP requests from the server. It is a lightweight library that supports HTTP methods, such as GET, POST, PUT, DELETE, and more.
Socket.io is a library used to make real-time communication between a server and a client. It supports a variety of transports, such as WebSockets, long-polling, and more, and can be used to make HTTP requests.