Everything you need to know to build a simple web app using only vanilla DOM APIs. You'll learn how to create new elements, modify existing elements, and hook all of that up to external data using the fetch API.
You might be familiar with a front-end framework, like React, Angular, Svelte, or Vue. But have you ever built a web app using only vanilla DOM APIs? These are the APIs built into browsers that make it possible to dynamically edit the content of the web page.
In this video, Alex will walk you through everything you need to know to build a simple web app using only vanilla DOM APIs. You'll learn how to create new elements, modify existing elements, and hook all of that up to external data using the fetch API.
Check out the blog post for links to MDN articles: https://ui.dev/vanilla-dom-api
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