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Advice Generator using HTML, CSS, JS, and Advice API

@ronaldlamdev

Desktop design screenshot for the Advice generator app coding challenge

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  • HTML
  • CSS
  • JS
  • API
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ronaldlamdev’s questions for the community

My first project to access an API. I'm still a little confuse on how async functions work despite researching the topic, but that's ok. Developers are constantly learning and improving. Feedback is welcome :)

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Harsh 190

@HarshPrateek559

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Actually, async is used when a function is fetching data from a database or API. Also, you have to wait for the fetch API to get data from the API. For this, you are supposed to use await keyword in front of the response which is coming from the API.

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@ArpadGBondor

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Looks good. :)

Maybe try to set "max-width" for your <main> element, so the advice won't spread all across the screen. Also maybe try to use media queries to set different design for mobile and desktop views.

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