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This exercise is meant to be completed after the TODO list react application because the first part is the perfect boilerplate to start using API's.
For this second part, we will sync our todo list with a real database, using the following RESTful and public API made for this exercise.
🔗 Click here to access to the TODO-list API documentation.
This whole exercise is about asynchronous programming because the interactions
to the server need to be done async. That way, the user does not have to wait for the information to arrive.
Do not clone this repository because we are going to be using a different template.
This is the repository you need to open or clone:
👉 Please follow these steps on how to start a coding project.
💡 Important: Remember to save and upload your code to GitHub by creating a new repository, updating the remote (
git remote set-url origin <your new url>), and uploading the code to your new repository using the
push commands from the git terminal.
There are 3 critical moments in the application timeline (a.k.a. The runtime) to focus on your integration:
Use the following fetch call to synchronize your tasks with the server every time there is a change on the list.
For any other request, you have to keep changing the same variables on the fetch: The URL, the method and the payload.
This and many other projects are built by students as part of the 4Geeks Academy Coding Bootcamp by Alejandro Sanchez and many other contributors. Find out more about our Full Stack Developer Course, and Data Science Bootcamp.