Intro to AJAX

Learn how to perform asynchronous requests as you build a web app with data from Google Street View, the New York Times and Wikipedia!

Intro to AJAX

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SchoolUdacity
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Intro to AJAX

###Inspiration * What is AJAX? * Why use an API? * How can you identify AJAX requests in existing websites? ###Perspiration * Clone the Move Planner repository * Implement the Google Streetview API * Implement the NY Times API * Error handling normal AJAX requests * Implement the Wikipedia API * Error handling JSON-P requests ###Meditation * What did you learn? * How else can you apply AJAX to make speedy page loads? * Go customize!

In this course you will learn how to make asynchronous requests with JavaScript (using jQuery’s AJAX functionality), and gain a better understanding of what’s actually happening when you do so. You will also learn how to use data APIs so you can take advantage of freely accessible data in your applications, including photo results, news articles and up-to-date data about the world around us. As part of the course, you’ll be building a web app that will help people learn about a place where they want to move! Your app will query the Google Streetview, Wikipedia and New York Times APIs! This course is also a part of our Front-End Web Developer Nanodegree.


Course provided by: Udacity