xhr-status

Normalize XHR status code/text across various of environments

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xhr-status
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Normalize the XHR status codes across various of environments. This eliminates all the odd browser bugs that you might run in to while working with XHR requests in browsers:
  • Captures thrown errors when accessing statusText
  • Normalizes the 1233 status code in Internet Explorer for 204 content.
  • Normalizes the 0 status code to 200 for file:// requests.

Installation

The module is released in the public npm registry and can be installed by running:
npm install --save xhr-status

Usage

This module exports a single function. The returned function accepts one single argument which is a reference to the xhr instance that you've created. It will return an object with the following keys:
  • code The XHR status code.
  • text The XHR status text.

See for an implementation example:
'use strict';

var xhrstatus = require('xhr-status')
  , xhr = new XMLHTTPRequest.

xhr.open('GET', 'http://google.com/gen_204', true);
xhr.onload = function () {
  var status = xhrstatus(xhr);

  console.log(status.code) // 204
  console.log(status.text) // OK
};

xhr.send();

License

MIT