Making Web Requests and the Fetch API 🐙
When we think of single page apps, one of their defining characteristics is their really cool ability to update parts of their page either automatically or through some interaction by you:
What you won’t see are the traditional page navigations where your entire screen is torn down and redrawn in a very jolting and non-continuous way. Core to pulling all of this off is this idea of web requests and us getting data (and UI) asynchronously and updating our DOM with it.
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