Response.status

The status read-only property of the Response interface contains the status code of the response (e.g., 200 for a success).

Syntax

var myStatus = response.status;

Value

A number (to be precise, an unsigned short).

Example

In our Fetch Response example (see Fetch Response live) we create a new Request object using the Request() constructor, passing it a JPG path. We then fetch this request using fetch(), extract a blob from the response using Body.blob, create an object URL out of it using URL.createObjectURL, and display this in an <img>.

Note that at the top of the fetch() block we log the response status value to the console.

var myImage = document.querySelector('img');

var myRequest = new Request('flowers.jpg');

fetch(myRequest).then(function(response) {
  console.log(response.status); // returns 200
  response.blob().then(function(myBlob) {
    var objectURL = URL.createObjectURL(myBlob);
    myImage.src = objectURL;
  });
});

Specifications

Specification Status Comment
Fetch
The definition of 'status' in that specification.
Living Standard Initial definition

Browser compatibility

FeatureChromeEdgeFirefoxInternet ExplorerOperaSafari
Basic support

42

411

Yes

39

342

No

29

283

No
FeatureAndroid webviewChrome for AndroidEdge mobileFirefox for AndroidOpera AndroidiOS SafariSamsung Internet
Basic support No No Yes No No No ?

1. From version 41: this feature is behind the Experimental Web Platform Features preference. To change preferences in Chrome, visit chrome://flags.

2. From version 34: this feature is behind the dom.fetch.enabled preference. To change preferences in Firefox, visit about:config.

3. From version 28: this feature is behind the Experimental Web Platform Features preference.

See also

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