Recently I ran into a situation where I wanted to be able to send a request to the back-end of a web application that would not be strictly possible for a user via the UI. In this post, I will explain the importance of having a good understanding of how to send different type of AJAX requests from the browser console and provide some examples for doing so.
In this post, we'll learn how to toggle between two icons using AJAX, a lovely extendable piece of code that can prove useful for a wide variety of projects and scenarios.
If you want to make sure that the data getting sent to the back-end of your react app is ready to be perfectly parsed and saved into the database then you should be using propTypes, React's built-in validation type checker.
In this post, I'm going to explain how to build a dynamic next page button that fires when clicked, requesting and displaying additional data from a back-end service via AJAX.