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Web API - JavaScript Fetch getting JSON data Fun with APIs

Online Courses Udemy - Web API - JavaScript Fetch getting JSON data Fun with APIs, Explore how to connect to various web APIs using JavaScript fetch. Use the returned data JSON data within you Code.

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ajax-javascript-json

Description
Explore JavaScript Objects and how you can get JSON data with an API connection using JavaScript Code

Get data from a web server and use that data within you JavaScript application.

Previous JavaScript knowledge is a prerequisites to this course - YOU MUST HAVE JAVASCRIPT EXPERIENCE

Course is focused on applying JavaScript to connect to web APIs and get back JSON data

Course covers:

What JavaScript objects are and how to use them in code

How to iterate through arrays and objects to get data

Complex JavaScript Objects with many layers of data

JSON lint and how to read JSON data

How to use fetch to connect to web APIs

Various examples of connecting to APIs to create interactive web applications.

Using JavaScript code to connect to web APIs

Setup of localhost using node and express

Using node to make API requests

Setup of local web host

Source code is included so you can copy and paste the code to try for yourself.

Step by step learning

Fast friendly support is always available within the Q&A section

Experienced instructor with over 20 years of experience ready to help you learn

You have nothing to lose - Join now and start learning to create your own version of this helpful application today!!!



Who this course is for:
Web developers
Anyone who wants to learn about APIs
Learners who want to know more about JSON and Data
JavaScript Fetch and connecting to APIs
Web masters
Web designers
Application Developers

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