In React Native, you can request data from an API over the network using the fetch() method. The syntax is simple: fetch('https://examples.com/data.json'); We pass the URL to the fetch method to make a request.
React Native provides the Fetch API for your networking needs. Fetch will seem familiar if you have used XMLHttpRequest or other networking APIs. You may refer to MDN's guide on Using Fetch for additional information.
To fetch content from an arbitrary URL, you can pass the URL to fetch
Networking is an inherently asynchronous operation. Fetch method will return a Promise that makes it straightforward to write code that works in an asynchronous manner
The XMLHttpRequest API is built in to React Native. You can use third-party libraries such as frisbee or Axios that depend on it or use the XMLHttpRequest API directly.
React Native also supports WebSockets, which provides full-duplex communication channels over a single TCP connection.
The following options are currently not working with fetch: