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    useFetch


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    🐶 React hook for making isomorphic http requests
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    npm i use-http


    Features

    • SSR (server side rendering) support
    • TypeScript support
    • 2 dependencies (use-ssr, urs)
    • GraphQL support (queries + mutations)
    • Provider to set default url and options
    • Request/response interceptors
    • React Native support
    • Aborts/Cancels pending http requests when a component unmounts
    • Built in caching
    • Persistent caching support
    • Suspense(experimental) support
    • Retry functionality

    Usage

    Examples + Videos

    • useFetch - managed state, request, response, etc.
    • useFetch - request/response interceptors
    • useFetch - retries, retryOn, retryDelay
    • useFetch - abort, timeout, onAbort, onTimeout
    • useFetch - persist, cache
    • useFetch - cacheLife, cachePolicy
    • useFetch - suspense (experimental)
    • useFetch - pagination
    • useQuery - GraphQL
    • useFetch - Next.js
    • useFetch - create-react-app
    Basic Usage Managed State useFetch

    If the last argument of useFetch is not a dependency array [], then it will not fire until you call one of the http methods like get, post, etc.

    import useFetch from 'use-http'
    
    function Todos() {
      const [todos, setTodos] = useState([])
      const { get, post, response, loading, error } = useFetch('https://example.com')
    
      useEffect(() => { initializeTodos() }, []) // componentDidMount
      
      async function initializeTodos() {
        const initialTodos = await get('/todos')
        if (response.ok) setTodos(initialTodos)
      }
    
      async function addTodo() {
        const newTodo = await post('/todos', { title: 'my new todo' })
        if (response.ok) setTodos([...todos, newTodo])
      }
    
      return (
        <>
          <button onClick={addTodo}>Add Todo</button>
          {error && 'Error!'}
          {loading && 'Loading...'}
          {todos.map(todo => (
            <div key={todo.id}>{todo.title}</div>
          )}
        </>
      )
    }

    Basic Usage Auto-Managed State useFetch

    This fetch is run onMount/componentDidMount. The last argument [] means it will run onMount. If you pass it a variable like [someVariable], it will run onMount and again whenever someVariable changes values (aka onUpdate). If no method is specified, GET is the default.

    import useFetch from 'use-http'
    
    function Todos() {
      const options = {} // these options accept all native `fetch` options
      // the last argument below [] means it will fire onMount (GET by default)
      const { loading, error, data = [] } = useFetch('https://example.com/todos', options, [])
      return (
        <>
          {error && 'Error!'}
          {loading && 'Loading...'}
          {data.map(todo => (
            <div key={todo.id}>{todo.title}</div>
          )}
        </>
      )
    }
    Suspense Mode(experimental) Auto-Managed State

    Can put suspense in 2 places. Either useFetch (A) or Provider (B).

    import useFetch, { Provider } from 'use-http'
    
    function Todos() {
      const { data: todos = [] } = useFetch('/todos', {
        suspense: true // A. can put `suspense: true` here
      }, []) // onMount
    
      return todos.map(todo => <div key={todo.id}>{todo.title}</div>)
    }
    
    function App() {
      const options = {
        suspense: true // B. can put `suspense: true` here too
      }
      return (
        <Provider url='https://example.com' options={options}>
          <Suspense fallback='Loading...'>
            <Todos />
          </Suspense>
        </Provider>
      )
    }

    Suspense Mode(experimental) Managed State

    Can put suspense in 2 places. Either useFetch (A) or Provider (B). Suspense mode via managed state is very experimental.

    import useFetch, { Provider } from 'use-http'
    
    function Todos() {
      const [todos, setTodos] = useState([])
      // A. can put `suspense: true` here
      const { get, response } = useFetch({ suspense: true })
    
      const loadInitialTodos = async () => {
        const todos = await get('/todos')
        if (response.ok) setTodos(todos)
      }
    
      // componentDidMount
      useEffect(() => {
        loadInitialTodos()
      }, [])
    
      return todos.map(todo => <div key={todo.id}>{todo.title}</div>)
    }
    
    function App() {
      const options = {
        suspense: true // B. can put `suspense: true` here too
      }
      return (
        <Provider url='https://example.com' options={options}>
          <Suspense fallback='Loading...'>
            <Todos />
          </Suspense>
        </Provider>
      )
    }



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    Pagination + Provider

    The onNewData will take the current data, and the newly fetched data, and allow you to merge the two however you choose. In the example below, we are appending the new todos to the end of the current todos.

    import useFetch, { Provider } from 'use-http'
    
    const Todos = () => {
      const [page, setPage] = useState(1)
    
      const { data = [], loading } = useFetch(`/todos?page=${page}&amountPerPage=15`, {
        onNewData: (currTodos, newTodos) => [...currTodos, ...newTodos], // appends newly fetched todos
        perPage: 15, // stops making more requests if last todos fetched < 15
      }, [page]) // runs onMount AND whenever the `page` updates (onUpdate)
    
      return (
        <ul>
          {data.map(todo => <li key={todo.id}>{todo.title}</li>}
          {loading && 'Loading...'}
          {!loading && (
            <button onClick={() => setPage(page + 1)}>Load More Todos</button>
          )}
        </ul>
      )
    }
    
    const App = () => (
      <Provider url='https://example.com'>
        <Todos />
      </Provider>
    )

    Destructured useFetch

    ⚠️ Do not destructure the response object! Details in this video. Technically you can do it, but if you need to access the response.ok from, for example, within a component's onClick handler, it will be a stale value for ok where it will be correct for response.ok. ️️⚠️

    var [request, response, loading, error] = useFetch('https://example.com')
    
    // want to use object destructuring? You can do that too
    var {
      request,
      response, // 🚨 Do not destructure the `response` object!
      loading,
      error,
      data,
      cache,    // methods: get, set, has, delete, clear (like `new Map()`)
      get,
      post,
      put,
      patch,
      delete    // don't destructure `delete` though, it's a keyword
      del,      // <- that's why we have this (del). or use `request.delete`
      head,
      options,
      connect,
      trace,
      mutate,   // GraphQL
      query,    // GraphQL
      abort
    } = useFetch('https://example.com')
    
    // 🚨 Do not destructure the `response` object!
    // 🚨 This just shows what fields are available in it.
    var {
      ok,
      status,
      headers,
      data,
      type,
      statusText,
      url,
      body,
      bodyUsed,
      redirected,
      // methods
      json,
      text,
      formData,
      blob,
      arrayBuffer,
      clone
    } = response
    
    var {
      loading,
      error,
      data,
      cache,  // methods: get, set, has, delete, clear (like `new Map()`)
      get,
      post,
      put,
      patch,
      delete  // don't destructure `delete` though, it's a keyword
      del,    // <- that's why we have this (del). or use `request.delete`
      mutate, // GraphQL
      query,  // GraphQL
      abort
    } = request

    Relative routes useFetch
    var request = useFetch('https://example.com')
    
    request.post('/todos', {
      no: 'way'
    })

    Abort useFetch
    const { get, abort, loading, data: repos } = useFetch('https://api.github.com/search/repositories?q=')
    
    // the line below is not isomorphic, but for simplicity we're using the browsers `encodeURI`
    const searchGithubRepos = e => get(encodeURI(e.target.value))
    
    <>
      <input onChange={searchGithubRepos} />
      <button onClick={abort}>Abort</button>
      {loading ? 'Loading...' : repos.data.items.map(repo => (
        <div key={repo.id}>{repo.name}</div>
      ))}
    </>

    GraphQL Query useFetch
    const QUERY = `
      query Todos($userID string!) {
        todos(userID: $userID) {
          id
          title
        }
      }
    `
    
    function App() {
      const request = useFetch('http://example.com')
    
      const getTodosForUser = id => request.query(QUERY, { userID: id })
    
      return (
        <>
          <button onClick={() => getTodosForUser('theUsersID')}>Get User's Todos</button>
          {request.loading ? 'Loading...' : <pre>{request.data}</pre>}
        </>
      )
    }
    GraphQL Mutation useFetch

    The Provider allows us to set a default url, options (such as headers) and so on.

    const MUTATION = `
      mutation CreateTodo($todoTitle string) {
        todo(title: $todoTitle) {
          id
          title
        }
      }
    `
    
    function App() {
      const [todoTitle, setTodoTitle] = useState('')
      const request = useFetch('http://example.com')
    
      const createtodo = () => request.mutate(MUTATION, { todoTitle })
    
      return (
        <>
          <input onChange={e => setTodoTitle(e.target.value)} />
          <button onClick={createTodo}>Create Todo</button>
          {request.loading ? 'Loading...' : <pre>{request.data}</pre>}
        </>
      )
    }
    Provider using the GraphQL useMutation and useQuery
    Query for todos
    import { useQuery } from 'use-http'
    
    export default function QueryComponent() {
      
      // can also do it this way:
      // const [data, loading, error, query] = useQuery`
      // or this way:
      // const { data, loading, error, query } = useQuery`
      const request = useQuery`
        query Todos($userID string!) {
          todos(userID: $userID) {
            id
            title
          }
        }
      `
    
      const getTodosForUser = id => request.query({ userID: id })
      
      return (
        <>
          <button onClick={() => getTodosForUser('theUsersID')}>Get User's Todos</button>
          {request.loading ? 'Loading...' : <pre>{request.data}</pre>}
        </>
      )
    }

    Add a new todo
    import { useMutation } from 'use-http'
    
    export default function MutationComponent() {
      const [todoTitle, setTodoTitle] = useState('')
      
      // can also do it this way:
      // const request = useMutation`
      // or this way:
      // const { data, loading, error, mutate } = useMutation`
      const [data, loading, error, mutate] = useMutation`
        mutation CreateTodo($todoTitle string) {
          todo(title: $todoTitle) {
            id
            title
          }
        }
      `
      
      const createTodo = () => mutate({ todoTitle })
    
      return (
        <>
          <input onChange={e => setTodoTitle(e.target.value)} />
          <button onClick={createTodo}>Create Todo</button>
          {loading ? 'Loading...' : <pre>{data}</pre>}
        </>
      )
    }
    Adding the Provider

    These props are defaults used in every request inside the <Provider />. They can be overwritten individually

    import { Provider } from 'use-http'
    import QueryComponent from './QueryComponent'
    import MutationComponent from './MutationComponent'
    
    function App() {
    
      const options = {
        headers: {
          Authorization: 'Bearer YOUR_TOKEN_HERE'
        }
      }
      
      return (
        <Provider url='http://example.com' options={options}>
          <QueryComponent />
          <MutationComponent />
        <Provider/>
      )
    }
    Request/Response Interceptors

    This example shows how we can do authentication in the request interceptor and how we can camelCase the results in the response interceptor

    import { Provider } from 'use-http'
    import { toCamel } from 'convert-keys'
    
    function App() {
      let [token, setToken] = useLocalStorage('token')
      
      const options = {
        interceptors: {
          // every time we make an http request, this will run 1st before the request is made
          // url, path and route are supplied to the interceptor
          // request options can be modified and must be returned
          request: async ({ options, url, path, route }) => {
            if (isExpired(token)) {
              token = await getNewToken()
              setToken(token)
            }
            options.headers.Authorization = `Bearer ${token}`
            return options
          },
          // every time we make an http request, before getting the response back, this will run
          response: async ({ response }) => {
            // unfortunately, because this is a JS Response object, we have to modify it directly.
            // It shouldn't have any negative affect since this is getting reset on each request.
            const res = response
            if (res.data) res.data = toCamel(res.data)
            return res
          }
        }
      }
      
      return (
        <Provider url='http://example.com' options={options}>
          <SomeComponent />
        <Provider/>
      )
    }

    File Uploads (FormData)

    This example shows how we can upload a file using useFetch.

    import useFetch from 'use-http'
    
    const FileUploader = () => {
      const [file, setFile] = useState()
      
      const { post } = useFetch('https://example.com/upload')
    
      const uploadFile = async () => {
        const data = new FormData()
        data.append('file', file)
        if (file instanceof FormData) await post(data)
      }
    
      return (
        <div>
          {/* Drop a file onto the input below */}
          <input onChange={e => setFile(e.target.files[0])} />
          <button onClick={uploadFile}>Upload</button>
        </div>
      )
    }
    Handling Different Response Types

    This example shows how we can get .json(), .text(), .formData(), .blob(), .arrayBuffer(), and all the other http response methods. By default, useFetch 1st tries to call response.json() under the hood, if that fails it's backup is response.text(). If that fails, then you need a different response type which is where this comes in.

    import useFetch from 'use-http'
    
    const App = () => {
      const [name, setName] = useState('')
      
      const { get, loading, error, response } = useFetch('http://example.com')
    
      const handleClick = async () => {
        await get('/users/1?name=true') // will return just the user's name
        const text = await response.text()
        setName(text)
      }
      
      return (
        <>
          <button onClick={handleClick}>Load Data</button>
          {error && error.messge}
          {loading && "Loading..."}
          {name && <div>{name}</div>}
        </>
      )
    }

    Overwrite/Remove Options/Headers Set in Provider

    This example shows how to remove a header all together. Let's say you have <Provider url='url.com' options={{ headers: { Authentication: 'Bearer MY_TOKEN' } }}><App /></Provider>, but for one api call, you don't want that header in your useFetch at all for one instance in your app. This would allow you to remove that.

    import useFetch from 'use-http'
    
    const Todos = () => {
      // let's say for this request, you don't want the `Accept` header at all
      const { loading, error, data: todos = [] } = useFetch('/todos', globalOptions => {
        delete globalOptions.headers.Accept
        return globalOptions
      }, []) // onMount
      return (
        <>
          {error && error.messge}
          {loading && "Loading..."}
          {todos && <ul>{todos.map(todo => <li key={todo.id}>{todo.title}</li>)}</ul>}
        </>
      )
    }
    
    const App = () => {
      const options = {
        headers: {
          Accept: 'application/json'
        }
      }
      return (
        <Provider url='https://url.com' options={options}><Todos /></Provider>
    }
    Retries retryOn & retryDelay

    In this example you can see how retryOn will retry on a status code of 305, or if we choose the retryOn() function, it returns a boolean to decide if we will retry. With retryDelay we can either have a fixed delay, or a dynamic one by using retryDelay(). Make sure retries is set to at minimum 1 otherwise it won't retry the request. If retries > 0 without retryOn then by default we always retry if there's an error or if !response.ok. If retryOn: [400] and retries > 0 then we only retry on a response status of 400.

    import useFetch from 'use-http'
    
    const TestRetry = () => {
      const { response, get } = useFetch('https://httpbin.org/status/305', {
        // make sure `retries` is set otherwise it won't retry
        retries: 1,
        retryOn: [305],
        // OR
        retryOn: async ({ attempt, error, response }) => {
          // returns true or false to determine whether to retry
          return error || response && response.status >= 300
        },
    
        retryDelay: 3000,
        // OR
        retryDelay: ({ attempt, error, response }) => {
          // exponential backoff
          return Math.min(attempt > 1 ? 2 ** attempt * 1000 : 1000, 30 * 1000)
          // linear backoff
          return attempt * 1000
        }
      })
    
      return (
        <>
          <button onClick={() => get()}>CLICK</button>
          <pre>{JSON.stringify(response, null, 2)}</pre>
        </>
      )
    }

    Overview

    Hooks

    Hook Description
    useFetch The base hook
    useQuery For making a GraphQL query
    useMutation For making a GraphQL mutation

    Options

    This is exactly what you would pass to the normal js fetch, with a little extra. All these options can be passed to the <Provider options={/* every option below */} />, or directly to useFetch. If you have both in the <Provider /> and in useFetch, the useFetch options will overwrite the ones from the <Provider />

    Option Description Default
    cacheLife After a successful cache update, that cache data will become stale after this duration 0
    cachePolicy These will be the same ones as Apollo's fetch policies. Possible values are cache-and-network, network-only, cache-only, no-cache, cache-first. Currently only supports cache-first or no-cache cache-first
    data Allows you to set a default value for data undefined
    interceptors.request Allows you to do something before an http request is sent out. Useful for authentication if you need to refresh tokens a lot. undefined
    interceptors.response Allows you to do something after an http response is recieved. Useful for something like camelCasing the keys of the response. undefined
    loading Allows you to set default value for loading false unless the last argument of useFetch is []
    onAbort Runs when the request is aborted. empty function
    onError Runs when the request get's an error. If retrying, it is only called on the last retry attempt. empty function
    onNewData Merges the current data with the incoming data. Great for pagination. (curr, new) => new
    onTimeout Called when the request times out. empty function
    persist Persists data for the duration of cacheLife. If cacheLife is not set it defaults to 24h. Currently only available in Browser. false
    perPage Stops making more requests if there is no more data to fetch. (i.e. if we have 25 todos, and the perPage is 10, after fetching 2 times, we will have 20 todos. The last 5 tells us we don't have any more to fetch because it's less than 10) For pagination. 0
    responseType This will determine how the data field is set. If you put json then it will try to parse it as JSON. If you set it as an array, it will attempt to parse the response in the order of the types you put in the array. Read about why we don't put formData in the defaults in the yellow Note part here. ['json', 'text', 'blob', 'readableStream']
    retries When a request fails or times out, retry the request this many times. By default it will not retry. 0
    retryDelay You can retry with certain intervals i.e. 30 seconds 30000 or with custom logic (i.e. to increase retry intervals). 1000
    retryOn You can retry on certain http status codes or have custom logic to decide whether to retry or not via a function. Make sure retries > 0 otherwise it won't retry. []
    suspense Enables Experimental React Suspense mode. example false
    timeout The request will be aborted/cancelled after this amount of time. This is also the interval at which retries will be made at. in milliseconds. If set to 0, it will not timeout except for browser defaults. 0
    const options = {
      // accepts all `fetch` options such as headers, method, etc.
    
      // The time in milliseconds that cache data remains fresh.
      cacheLife: 0,
    
      // Cache responses to improve speed and reduce amount of requests
      // Only one request to the same endpoint will be initiated unless cacheLife expires for 'cache-first'.
      cachePolicy: 'cache-first', // 'no-cache'
      
      // set's the default for the `data` field
      data: [],
    
      // typically, `interceptors` would be added as an option to the `<Provider />`
      interceptors: {
        request: async ({ options, url, path, route }) => { // `async` is not required
          return options // returning the `options` is important
        },
        response: async ({ response }) => {
          // note: `response.data` is equivalent to `await response.json()`
          return response // returning the `response` is important
        }
      },
    
      // set's the default for `loading` field
      loading: false,
      
      // called when aborting the request
      onAbort: () => {},
      
      // runs when an error happens.
      onError: ({ error }) => {},
    
      // this will allow you to merge the `data` for pagination.
      onNewData: (currData, newData) => {
        return [...currData, ...newData] 
      },
      
      // called when the request times out
      onTimeout: () => {},
      
      // this will tell useFetch not to run the request if the list doesn't haveMore. (pagination)
      // i.e. if the last page fetched was < 15, don't run the request again
      perPage: 15,
    
      // Allows caching to persist after page refresh. Only supported in the Browser currently.
      persist: false,
    
      // this would basically call `await response.json()`
      // and set the `data` and `response.data` field to the output
      responseType: 'json',
      // OR can be an array. It's an array by default.
      // We will try to get the `data` by attempting to extract
      // it via these body interface methods, one by one in
      // this order. We skip `formData` because it's mostly used
      // for service workers.
      responseType: ['json', 'text', 'blob', 'arrayBuffer'],
    
      // amount of times it should retry before erroring out
      retries: 3,
    
      // The time between retries
      retryDelay: 10000,
      // OR
      // Can be a function which is used if we want change the time in between each retry
      retryDelay({ attempt, error, response }) {
        // exponential backoff
        return Math.min(attempt > 1 ? 2 ** attempt * 1000 : 1000, 30 * 1000)
        // linear backoff
        return attempt * 1000
      },
    
      // make sure `retries` is set otherwise it won't retry
      // can retry on certain http status codes
      retryOn: [503],
      // OR
      async retryOn({ attempt, error, response }) {
        // retry on any network error, or 4xx or 5xx status codes
        if (error !== null || response.status >= 400) {
          console.log(`retrying, attempt number ${attempt + 1}`);
          return true;
        }
      },
    
      // enables experimental React Suspense mode
      suspense: true, // defaults to `false`
      
      // amount of time before the request get's canceled/aborted
      timeout: 10000,
    }
    
    useFetch(options)
    // OR
    <Provider options={options}><ResOfYourApp /></Provider>

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    Feature Requests/Ideas

    If you have feature requests, submit an issue to let us know what you would like to see!

    Todos

    • [ ] OSS analytics

    • [ ] contributors

    • [ ] prefetching

    • [ ] global cache state management

    • [ ] optimistic updates

    • [ ] persist support for React Native

    • [ ] better loading state management. When using only 1 useFetch in a component and we use Promise.all([get('/todos/1'), get('/todos/2')]) then don't have a loading true, loading false on each request. Just have loading true on 1st request, and loading false on last request.

    • [ ] is making a gitpod useful here? 🤔

    • [ ] suspense

      • [ ] triggering it from outside the <Suspense /> component.
        • add .read() to request
        • or make it work with just the suspense: true option
        • both of these options need to be thought out a lot more^
      • [ ] tests for this^ (triggering outside)
      • [ ] cleanup tests in general. Snapshot tests are unpredictably not working for some reason.
    • [ ] maybe add translations like this one

    • [ ] maybe add contributors all-contributors

    • [ ] add sponsors similar to this

    • [ ] Error handling

      • [ ] if calling response.json() and there is no response yet
    • [ ] tests

      • [ ] tests for SSR
      • [ ] tests for react native see here
      • [ ] tests for GraphQL hooks useMutation + useQuery
      • [ ] tests for stale response see this PR
      • [ ] tests to make sure response.formData() and some of the other http response methods work properly
      • [ ] the onMount works properly with all variants of passing useEffect(fn, [request.get]) and not causing an infinite loop
      • [ ] async tests for interceptors.response
      • [ ] aborts fetch on unmount
      • [ ] does not abort fetch on every rerender
      • [ ] retryDelay and timeout are both set. It works, but is annoying to deal with timers in tests. resource
      • [ ] timeout with retries > 0. (also do retires > 1) Need to figure out how to advance timers properly to write this and the test above
    • [ ] take a look at how react-apollo-hooks work. Maybe ad useSubscription and const request = useFetch(); request.subscribe() or something along those lines

    • [ ] make this a github package

    • [ ] Documentation:

      • [ ] show comparison with Apollo
      • [ ] figure out a good way to show side-by-side comparisons
      • [ ] show comparison with Axios
    • [ ] potential option ideas

      const request = useFetch({
        graphql: {
          // all options can also be put in here
          // to overwrite those of `useFetch` for
          // `useMutation` and `useQuery`
        },
        // by default this is true, but if set to false
        // then we default to the responseType array of trying 'json' first, then 'text', etc.
        // hopefully I get some answers on here: https://bit.ly/3afPlJS
        responseTypeGuessing: true,
      
        // Allows you to pass in your own cache to useFetch
        // This is controversial though because `cache` is an option in the requestInit
        // and it's value is a string. See: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/Request/cache
        // One possible solution is to move the default `fetch`'s `cache` to `cachePolicy`.
        // I don't really like this solution though.
        // Another solution is to only allow the `cache` option with the `<Provider cache={new Map()} />`
        cache: new Map(),
        // these will be the exact same ones as Apollo's
        cachePolicy: 'cache-and-network', 'network-only', 'cache-only', 'no-cache' // 'cache-first'
        // potential idea to fetch on server instead of just having `loading` state. Not sure if this is a good idea though
        onServer: true,
        onSuccess: (/* idk what to put here */) => {},
        // if you would prefer to pass the query in the config
        query: `some graphql query`
        // if you would prefer to pass the mutation in the config
        mutation: `some graphql mutation`
        refreshWhenHidden: false,
      })
      
      
      // potential for causing a rerender after clearing cache if needed
      request.cache.clear(true)
    • [ ] potential option ideas for GraphQL

      const request = useQuery({ onMount: true })`your graphql query`
      
      const request = useFetch(...)
      const userID = 'some-user-uuid'
      const res = await request.query({ userID })`
        query Todos($userID string!) {
          todos(userID: $userID) {
            id
            title
          }
        }
      `
    • [ ] make code editor plugin/package/extension that adds GraphQL syntax highlighting for useQuery and useMutation 😊

    • [ ] add React Native test suite

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