nodejs call api get request


To call a GET API from a Node.js application, you can use the built-in http or https modules to make an HTTP request to the API endpoint. Here’s an example:

const https = require('https');

const options = {
  hostname: '',
  path: '/todos/1',
  method: 'GET'

const req = https.request(options, res => {
  console.log(`statusCode: ${res.statusCode}`);

  res.on('data', d => {

req.on('error', error => {


In this example, we’re using the https module to make a GET request to the ”” endpoint. We’re setting the options for the request, including the hostname, path, and method. We’re then creating the request object with https.request() and passing in the options. We’re also setting up a listener for the response’s “data” event, which will output the response data to the console. Finally, we’re sending the request with req.end().

You can run this code in a Node.js environment (e.g. in a JavaScript file or in a Node.js REPL) to see the response from the API. You can modify the options to call a different API endpoint or use the http module instead of https if the API is served over HTTP instead of HTTPS.