1.1: fetch() – Working With Data & APIs in JavaScript



Welcome to Working with Data and APIs in Javascript!

This course is for aspiring developers who want to learn how to work with data in web applications. How do you retrieve, collect, and store data? The course will be taught through a series of creating three data projects. This is the first video of the series!

1.1 This video is client-side only and covers the web fetch() API, loading image data and focusing on handling asynchronous events with Promises (async / await),

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