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Nate Mallison
Sure thing, hope it helps, I'm sure there are many ways to do it
@NJM8 How would you write the function? If you have time to show :)
Nate Mallison
in my link above to my github
your async function calls the await, which calls the api with a new Promise
although I haven't done it with fetch, I think it would be the same
personally in my project I just used new Request(url), fetch (url) .then(success).catch(error)
function getQuery(query) {
    const request = new Request(url goes here);

      return response.json().then(function(data){
      // do work
    }).catch(error => {
@NJM8 Oh ok so you mean I should do the .then and .catch directly in the function instead of returning it?
@NJM8 XMLHttpRequest and fetch is pretty new to me.
Nate Mallison
@NJM8 Ok I see, I will try some different approaches to see what I like the most. But in a time matter, using .then .catch directly in the function is best?
Nate Mallison
if not using async await
very clean
@NJM8 Thanks :)
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api offline
can anyone help me with deleting something from a list? it's not as straight forward as the hero app
Thomas Tylek
@matthewlee07 Are you trying to delete an entire <li>?
Thomas Tylek
Does it matter which one? The first one? The last one?
but it's a child and not exactly in an array
on event
could I show you my repo?
Thomas Tylek
var p = document.getElementById('listID');
^that would remove your first <li> of the <ol id="listID">
I need the delete to work, and the way I have it currently reloading the page doesn't seem like a good fix
Thomas Tylek
Hmm I'm not experienced in angular but I'll take a look
What happened to the main fcc gitter chat room? /freecodecamp
just me? or did it go away?
Thomas Tylek
@matthewlee07 where is your deleteGame() function located?
Hmm actually I found it..
@matthewlee07 , I'm sorry I don't know if I'll be able to help. I've never used angular before
who is good with grid
css grid that is
Thomas Tylek
@bilaal-s what do you need help with?
Try http://cssgridgarden.com/ for a nice interactive grid tutorial
From the same great author, http://flexboxfroggy.com/ is a cool flex tutorial
@br3ntor it got removed
can anyone tell me what I am doing wronge?
Abhilash Kumar
@g4m3rm1k3 What are you trying to do?
its supposed to alert when you clik in the area and when you click out
its like its looping
Boo Far
hello. I was wondering how to size an element based on its background image's native size/resolution