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JavaScript

Andrés Fernández
Andrés Fernández
29,125 Points

Getting the body of the Post request on just one "data" event??

Hi everyone,

I was wondering why Andrew assumes that the body of the Post request is always going to be retrieved just in one "data" event (and he redirects in the callback of the same event). Wouldn't be safer (or bullet-proof) to receive the postBody in a "chunk" variable (as it was done to read the html files) and then redirecting in a new callback under an "end" event??

Cheers!