Elijah Asaolu
Nov 1, 2023 ⋅ 5 min read

The Fetch API is finally stable in Node.js

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6 Replies to "The Fetch API is finally stable in Node.js"

  1. Hi, I am using node v.19.6.0 and have fetch() working.
    What concerns me is the question of https, how does fetch know where the certificates etc. are stored? Previously I was using node-fetch and this info was declared in the sslConfiguredAgent = new https.Agent(options);
    How do I set up fetch to use these ssl certificates?

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