What you would learn in *NEW* AJAX fundamentals, simply put course?
Understanding the development of websites is a constant process. To give you a head up, I've set out to create an all-encompassing, specific, AJAX-related course that I'll teach to you in a manner that will help you the most.
My class is distinctive in instructing the students "why" things work and not simply "how" to do something in a haze of thought.
Who is my AJAX COURSE FOR?
My course is suitable for everyone, from beginners to advanced coders to advanced. There is no need to attend another course in addition to mine to understand what AJAX is.
This is a standalone course (you don't need any other courses) to achieve your objectives.
What Is AJAX?
AJAX lets you update information on your website application in real-time, without page refresh. It also facilitates important streaming. A great addition to your skills. Powerful and smart.
For instance. When a person would like to rate your product, you shouldn't have the whole page refreshed when the user decides to leave your product a five-star review due to the excessive time wasted, particularly in the case of a significant page.
Another instance is a chatroom. You don't want your page to be refreshed when a new comment or an answer is posted.
AJAX goes beyond updating the data on your site without refreshing the page. With AJAX, it is also possible to stream data. Consider watching a movie before the whole video is downloaded to your computer. Think of Google Maps, where you only have to download information that is relevant to you. AJAX can make this possible.
Are you able to appreciate how effective AJAX is and how vital it is in the present?
Understanding AJAX is essential for being a full-stack software developer because it allows you to send server requests and listen for data in the incoming stream at a time. It's been said that AJAX isn't easy sometimes. It can indeed be a bit difficult, and I do not dispute this; however, with proper instruction, which straightforwardly explains the basics, you'll be able to master and enjoy AJAX.
If you're looking to become a full-stack web developer, you have to be knowledgeable about AJAX, so that this course will teach you about it.
What makes this course so important?
Today, your top sites probably utilize AJAX.
Other courses will teach you about third-party libraries while using AJAX (like JQuery and Axios). This course will show you how to work with pure AJAX. No shortcuts, and it's the real thing!
Making HTTP requests synchronously is at the top of web development. It's not the best or preferred method to send HTTP requests asynchronously.
The ability to send a server request and then wait for a response quickly is an essential requirement for any web developer to master.
As developers, you are dealing with information. The data you deal with can come in a variety of forms; however the most popular are XML and JSON
Utilizing AJAX can reduce memory use and speeds up your site. For example, Google Maps uses AJAX, and instead of loading the entire site for every event, it loads the specific section you're looking at. It's incredibly efficient.
AJAX can provide a better user experience, and there's no debate about that
Every browser today comes with a built-in API (or objects) known as"the "XMLHttpRequest" object, also called the Fetch API. These objects allow browsers to have the capability to connect with servers in the background. This means that a webpage can be updated (not completely uploaded) in a seamless manner without affecting anything in the user interface
After taking this AJAX course, you'll be well-informed, confident, and competent enough to manage or assist others in making AJAX requests.
What This Course Covers
This class is extensive and covers the basic concepts that comprise AJAX.
AJAXrefers to the method by which browsers send HTTP requests to the server in an asynchronous fashion, wait for results, then perform a task with the data after it has been received. AJAX is all about efficiency and speed.
Consider AJAX being the software responsible for the entire back-and-forth exchange between the browser and server.
The issue is that to comprehend AJAX truly; it is necessary to comprehend various other concepts. This is among the distinctive aspects of my program and my teaching style.
Simple explanations and examples will help you understand the following:
How do you write AJAX the most effective method
What is asynchronous code? And what is it that makes it different from the synchronous code?
How can I make use of AJAX to create Asynchronous requests
What's XML, and how is it different from JSON
How do I analyze an XML file with the DOMParser
What exactly is HTTP protocol? And what exactly are the HTTP/2 protocol and the HTTP/3 protocol?
What are the constructor functions?
What exactly is the XHR object?
What is the latest fetch() API
What are Promises?
What are Streams?
Why should you use Async/Await?
URL Interface, Request Interface, Header Interface, and a lot more!
Yes, we'll write real-world scenarios in a fun manner and look at how AJAX operates (we use both the XMLHttpRequest objects and the latest Fetch API).
- Master AJAX
- Learn the basics of AJAX without the need for third-party libraries
- Fun and practical examples to make learning fun
- Be a full-stack designer by being able to transmit the data through a web server to wait for a response and then do something with the information.
- Learn how to update your website dynamically without having to refresh
- Get a head start on AJAX and discover more about the basics of Streams and Promises, Event Loops, and much more!
- Learn about JSON along with XML formatted data (and also the XML DomParser) and how to use them in conjunction with AJAX
- Make the importance of keeping promises
- Find out more about the Streams API
- Find out the most recent techniques (such as Fetch API) to create an AJAX request.
- Know the origins of AJAX was born and the reasons it was developed.
- Learn about using the HTTP protocol and understand how browsers connect to servers.
- Learn the reasons we must utilize the NEW keyword in the XHR object
- Understanding the constructor's functions
- Learn the master Request XMLHttpRequest() object
- Find out the difference between synchronous and code that is synchronous.
- Learn to manage mistakes using AJAX
- Learn to master the Fetch API
- from beginner level to professional (advanced +)
- Acquire the skills to succeed and lead
- Learn to use Async and Await keywords using the latest Fetch API
- It provides you with the depth of knowledge to improve your skills and confidence
- ... And many more!