After I finally figured out how to send a POST request to the back-end, the last functionality required by the fifth OpenClassRooms project is to show a confirmation page that:
- thanks the buyer;
- shows the total to pay;
- shows the order ID number.
Day 51: 26 September 2020
Assume that our query string in the address bar is in the form:
URLSearchParams is an interface that defines utility methods to work with the query string of a URL.
For example, using the get() method we can parse out specific values.
In this case for each value of our query string, we create a text node and then with typical DOM manipulations, we retrieve the HTML element and we append the text node to it.
I have passed the half of the #100DaysOfCode challenge, and if I look back I realize that I have learned a lot of things.
Actually, I should have been on day #83 since I program at least 2 hours a day. Every day.
But let's be honest and realistic: What would be the interest on my part to write an "article" where I list all the tests I have done without success?
Would it be interesting from the point of view of the potential reader or the future me to reread a list of the mistakes I made?
Writing every two days on a blog is already a real challenge in itself. If I add that I work for 7 hours and also that I write code for an average of 4 hours, the challenge becomes titanic.
It takes me about an hour to write a stupid article in English.
That's why I write every two days on the blog and I don't consider the previous day for the purpose of the challenge.
We would get bored and lose time unnecessarily.
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