HTTP requests are a crucial part of any web application that’s communicating with a back-end server. The front end needs some data, so it asks for it via a network HTTP request (or Ajax, as it tends to be called), and the server returns an answer. Almost every website these days does this in some fashion.
With a larger site, we can expect to see more of this. More data, more APIs, and more special circumstances. As sites grow like … Read article “Stay DRY Using axios for API Requests”