In most medium-to-large sized websites or applications, it’s ideal to separate your data from your HTML markup. One way to achieve this is by creating a structure in HTML and then loading the data separately from a dedicated data-file.
In this video I take you through an example of where we populate a HTML table with rows and cell data that comes from an external JSON file. We go through the steps of making the HTTP request, parsing the content and then manipulating the DOM to finally render the data to the user.
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