jQuery methods used to make asynchronous calls

jQuery has a number of other methods that can be used to make asynchronous calls. These methods are:

Each one of these functions in turn calls jQuery's main .ajax() method. These are called "convenience methods" because they provide a convenient interface and do some default configuration of the request before calling .ajax().

Let's look at the .get() and .post() methods to see how they just call .ajax() under the hood.

Running an asynchronous request in the console. The request is for a resource on SWAPI. The request is displayed in the network pane.

So we can make a request with .ajax(), but we haven't handled the response yet.



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