JSON AJAX API course with realtime messaging

We are back on Udemy, this time working with Laurence Svekis who is teaching developers all around the world everything they need to know about JSON and AJAX.

Laurence has more than 18 years of web experience and more than 402K students on Udemy. He is an experienced web application developer, having worked on multiple enterprise level applications, hundreds of websites, business solutions and many unique and innovative web applications. He has a passion for anything digital technology-related, enjoys programming and the challenge of developing successful digital experiences.

The course is full of examples and code snippets that can be used to build upon, practice and get comfortable with AJAX. Top developer resources, helpful tips and many many open APIs to practice with all included.

JSON is the preferred format for data being transferred between applications. Its easy to read, create and work with.

AJAX provides the ability for your JavaScript code to make http requests to get data and update your page content with the new data. The data is commonly in JSON format which makes it ideal for use within JavaScript applications.

Together AJAX and JSON are used everywhere and power practically all web applications and providing users what they expect from modern websites. Technologies used within this course : JavaScript, HTML, CSS, NodeJS, AJAX, jQuery, SQLite, plus several npm packages.

The course also includes a realtime push messaging exercise: using Pusher you can set up a real time messaging application that pushes data to open pages. Send and retrieve data in real time instantly. You can learn how to build a realtime messaging application from scratch.

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