API Call in Axios view
Key features of Axios include:
Promise-based API: Promise based api Axios was built on promises, which makes it easy to work with asynchronous operations. It allows you to use the async/await syntax or chain. then () and. catch () for handling asynchronous operations.
Browser and Node.js support: Axios can be used in both web browsers and Node.js environments. This flexibility makes it a versatile choice for making HTTP requests in various types of applications.
Request and response interception: Axios allows you to intercept requests or responses before they are sent or processed. This feature is useful for modifying requests or responses, adding headers, logging, and more.
Automatic JSON parsing: Axios automatically parses JSON responses, simplifying the process of working with JSON data returned from an API.
Cross-browser support: Axios handles the differences in XMLHttpRequest and the fetch API across different browsers, providing a consistent API for making HTTP requests.
In this example, axios.get initiates a GET request to the specified URL. The response is handled using the. then () and. catch () methods.
The use Effect of hook is used to fetch data when the component mounts. The axios. get function is used to make a GET request to the specified API endpoint this case). The loading state is used to show a loading message while the data is being fetched. Remember to replace the API endpoint with the actual URL of the API you want to call. Additionally, you might need to handle different HTTP methods, request headers, and other configurations based on your specific API requirements.