Tag: jquery

Capturing HTTP Requests and API Debugging On Demand

Over the last few months, as I’ve pivoted to learning JavaScript, jQuery, making AJAX calls using jQuery, (and am now gearing up to learn Angular), I began utilizing the awesome API testing tool Postman to assist in debugging my programming. Postman allows a user to send HTTP requests (GET, POST, PATCH, etc.) to API endpoints, passing the headers, authorization […]

JS Callbacks, Less is Sometimes More

While working on an assignment related to jQuery and Ajax functions, I was required to implement a number of functions to be called depending on whether or not the Ajax call was successful or failed. I knew that the basic jQuery function looked something like this: or, the “done” could be included in the body of […]

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This blog will serve as my outlet to share my thoughts and learnings as I dedicate myself to becoming a full-stack web developer...something too long in the making.

What I’ve Been Learning

+ Ruby
+ Ruby on Rails
+ JavaScript
+ jQuery
+ AngularJS