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How to Make AJAX Requests With Raw JavaScript: Part 2

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A few weeks ago, I demonstrated how to make AJAX requests with raw JavaScript. In today's screencast, we'll take things a step further as we use PHP to query a database, convert it to the JSON format, and use Javascript to asynchronously request this information and display it on the page. If you're just getting started with these sorts of concepts, this is the perfect video for you!

Video

Final "Load" Script

This block of code asynchronously requests a page, and then uses Douglass Crockford's "Parse" script to create a new global object. That way, we can easily filter through the returned JSON data.

Final PHP

Slightly modified from the video to improve efficiency -- a much more elegant solution than what I originally came up with on the spot.

I hope you all are enjoying this "video series that was never meant to be." Originally, it was planned as a single tutorial; however, due to the fact that there is SO much to cover, I'd like to continue creating more videos for you -- that is, if you'll have them. Feel free to let me know what you'd like to learn next.


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