Message from JavaScript discussions

May 2017

— Yeah. I figure it saves the server a little bit of time.

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I would simply do the first method since it reduces complexity, you can send a urlencoded form with little configuration

— It is also a flat object with little room for malformed structure

— Ok.

— How could I send data back to the client without refreshing?

— An XHR

— (ajax)

— You can either turn the button element into a div instead, then addEventListener to an XMLHttpRequest

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— Or call preventDefault on the button, while doing the former

— Ok

— Https://hastebin.com/dojulatepo.js

— This is a snippet I use a lot