In this article, we’ll outline how to create a simple CRUD API with Django and its famous Django REST Framework free from CORS common issues, and integrate it with a React app. We’ll cover everything from setup and configuration to the customization of our front-end components and back-end API.
In this post, I’ll walk you through the steps to use fetch to get data from an API using React, but I’ll be going slow enough that, even if this is your first time using an API, or you’re fairly new to react, you’ll hopefully still be able to follow along.
Learn how to use APIs with React in this intermediate tutorial. We're going to be creating a small application in React that calls the Hacker News API. We'll be looking at React memo, Axios (to make API calls), styled components, and finally we will test our work using React Testing Library.
How does Gatsby load data from other platforms and sources? And how do we actually use that data once it’s loaded? On this episode, Brittney Ball pairs with Jason to create a source plugin and build a site using its data.
In this video I'll show you how you can use React to fetch data from an API and render it in your components. We'll use the fetch API to make a request and make use of React's lifecycle hooks to start the request when our component is being mounted.