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I have the needed reqGet.end() (tried using simpler http.get method, but ran into this problem) seems that the code AFTER Had a requirement where I had to make a GET/POST call from node JS code to external webservice API over tunnel proxy.Using https-proxy-agent module and request module. Install the following modulesnpm install -g http-proxy-agent. index.
on(connect, function (request, socket, head) ) Emitted each time a client requests a http CONNECT method. Mar 5, 2016 - node.js, request, npm, promise, dependencies. Sometimes one needs just to read a body of simple HTTP(S) GET response, without any complicated logic and dozens of NPM dependencies involved.