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Isomorphic WHATWG Fetch API, for Node & Browserify




isomorphic-fetch Build Status

Fetch for node and Browserify. Built on top of GitHub's WHATWG Fetch polyfill.


  • This adds fetch as a global so that its API is consistent between client and server.

For ease-of-maintenance and backward-compatibility reasons, this library will always be a polyfill. As a "safe" alternative, which does not modify the global, consider fetch-ponyfill.

Why Use Isomorphic Fetch

The Fetch API is currently not implemented consistently across browsers. This module will enable you to use fetch in your Node code in a cross-browser compliant fashion. The Fetch API is part of the Web platform API defined by the standards bodies WHATWG and W3C.



npm install --save isomorphic-fetch


bower install --save isomorphic-fetch



	.then(function(response) {
		if (response.status >= 400) {
			throw new Error("Bad response from server");
		return response.json();
	.then(function(stories) {


All open source code released by FT Labs is licenced under the MIT licence. Based on the fine work by jxck.