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Rose Chege
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Mar 4, 2022 ⋅ 9 min read

How to build a REST API with TypeScript using only native modules

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One Reply to "How to build a REST API with TypeScript using only native modules"

  1. It should be noted that your first code snipped for importing HTTP doesn’t work as written. The library is specifically “http” (must be lowercase) and because you’re using “http” as the reference to the library the import should actually be:

    import http from “http”;

    in order for your code to work properly. Other than that, great post!

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