JS 011 — CRUD DELETE request

Greem
Nov 19, 2023
//line 42
// Create a DELETE request
function deleteResource(url){
return fetch(url,{
method: 'DELETE',
headers: {
'Content-Type': 'application/json',
}
})
.then(res => res.json())
}
//line 83
function renderBookCard(cardData) {
const li = document.createElement('li')
li.className = 'list-li'

//Event Listeners
//* Pass Delete handler
btn.addEventListener('click',
(e)=> handleDelete(cardData.id, e.target.parentElement))
//* Add eventListener that will trigger an update when the value is changed
pInventory.addEventListener('change', (e) => handleUpdateInventory(e.target.value, cardData.id))
li.append(h3,pAuthor,pPrice, pInventory, img, btn)
document.querySelector('#book-list').append(li)
}
//line 134
//* Create handler that will call DELETE request and update the dom pessimistically
function handleDelete(id, target){
deleteResource(`http://localhost:3000/books/${id}`)
.then(() => target.remove())
.catch(e => console.error(e))
}

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