# src / mixin / fetching.js

Copyright (c) 2018 Florian Klampfer https://qwtel.com/

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## Overview

This file contains helper functions related to fetching new content.

## Imports

import { of, zip } from "rxjs/_esm5";
import { ajax } from "rxjs/_esm5/ajax";
import { catchError, map, take } from "rxjs/_esm5/operators";

import { isExternal } from "../common";

export const fetchMixin = C =>
class extends C {


## Fetching

    makeRequest(context) {
return ajax({
method: "GET",
responseType: "text",
url: context.url,
crossDomain: isExternal(this),
}).pipe(
map(({ response }) => Object.assign(context, { response })),
catchError(error => this.recoverIfResponse(context, error))
);
}


The ajax method will throw when it encoutners an a 400+ status code, however these are still valid responses from the server that can be shown using this component. This assumes error pages have the same HTML strcuture as the other pages though.

    recoverIfResponse(context, error) {
const { status, xhr } = error;


If we have a response, recover and continue with the pipeline. HACK: Letting servers service workers respond with 598 to force a network error on the component.

      if (xhr && xhr.response && status > 400 && status < 598) {
return of(Object.assign(context, { response: xhr.response }));
}


If we don’t have a response, this is an acutal error that should be dealt with.

      return of(Object.assign(context, { error }));
}


This function returns the request that matches a given URL. The way the pipeline is set up, it is either the latestPrefetch value (when the request is already completed), or the next value on the prefetch observable (when still in progress).

    getFetch$( { url: { href }, }, latestPrefetch, prefetch$
) {
return href === latestPrefetch.url.href && latestPrefetch.error == null
? of(latestPrefetch)
: prefetch$.pipe(take(1)); }  Returns an observable that emits exactly one notice, which contains the response. It will not emit until an (optional) page transition animation completes.  getResponse(prefetch$, [context, latestPrefetch]) {
return zip(
this.getFetch$(context, latestPrefetch, prefetch$).pipe(
map(fetch => Object.assign(fetch, context))
),
this.animPromise,
x => x
);
}
};