Axios is a very popular promise-based HTTP client over fetch because it:
TypeScript has :
First things first, let’s bootstrap a typescript and react project using create-react-app. Navigate to your projects folder or anywhere you want to place the project folder on your machine and run the command below.
npx create-react-app my-api --template typescript
Please note that I’ll keep using yarn for adding dependencies throughout this article. However, you should feel free to use npm.
Move into the project directory and add Axios. Note that Axios has got typescript types within it so we don’t have to install them separately.
yarn add axios
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