Module

std/http/mod.ts

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import * as mod from "https://deno.land/std@0.146.0/http/mod.ts";

Contains the enum Status which enumerates standard HTTP status codes and provides several type guards for handling status codes with type safety.

Examples

import {
  Status,
  STATUS_TEXT,
} from "https://deno.land/std@0.146.0/http/http_status.ts";

console.log(Status.NotFound); //=> 404
console.log(STATUS_TEXT[Status.NotFound]); //=> "Not Found"
import { isErrorStatus } from "https://deno.land/std@0.146.0/http/http_status.ts";

const res = await fetch("https://example.com/");

if (isErrorStatus(res.status)) {
  // error handling here...
}

Classes

Used to construct an HTTP server.

Enums

Standard HTTP status codes.

Variables

A record of all the status codes text.

Functions

Set the cookie header with empty value in the headers to delete it

Parse cookies of a header

A type guard that determines if the status code is a client error.

A type guard that determines if the status code is an error.

A type guard that determines if the status code is informational.

A type guard that determines if the status code is a redirection.

A type guard that determines if the status code is a server error.

A type guard that determines if the status code is successful.

f
listenAndServe
deprecated

Serves HTTP requests with the given handler.

Constructs a server, accepts incoming connections on the given listener, and handles requests on these connections with the given handler.

Serves HTTPS requests with the given handler.

Set the cookie header properly in the headers

Interfaces

Information about the connection a request arrived on.

Additional serve options.

Options for running an HTTP server.

Type Aliases

An HTTP status that is a client error (4XX).

An HTTP status that is an error (4XX and 5XX).

A handler for HTTP requests. Consumes a request and connection information and returns a response.

An HTTP status that is a informational (1XX).

An HTTP status that is a redirect (3XX).

An HTTP status that is a server error (5XX).

An HTTP status that is a success (2XX).