memfetch

The web API fetch is superbly simple (compared to its predecessor: XMLHttpRequest) but during development there’s always a few concerns I have when making fetch requests: hitting 3rd party request limits, latency (since I want dev to be rapid) and the potential of going offline (aka: developing on trains).
Since the browser is a beautiful thing, I’m able to wrap the fetch API with my own custom logic and circumvent those concerns, so I introduce to you: memfetch

Link: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/remysharp/~3/yMguep53JUc/memfetch