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How To Access REST API Using JavaScript fetch API

This tutorial help to access Rest API Using fetch API.I am using vanila JavaScript to create method fetch data.You can use GET/POST/PUT and DELETE method to consume rest api using JavaScript.

You have used jquery ajax method to get data from rest api, But JavaScript introduced Fetch API to get data from rest api. You can get more information about AJAX from JQuery Ajax Add, Edit And Delete Example with Demo.

The fetch API allows to create XMLHttpRequest (XHR) request and handle callback using Promises.The callback is legacy approaches to handle rest api request.The Fetch API uses Promises to avoid callback.The ES7 introduced async-await to avoid promise.The promise is help to send the request and receive a response.

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How to use the ClusterControl REST API to automate your Database Cluster

March 11, 2014 By Severalnines

For ops folks with multiple environments and instances to manage, a fully programmable infrastructure is the basis for automation. ClusterControl exposes all functionality through a REST API. The web UI also interacts with the REST API to retrieve monitoring data (cluster load, alarms, backup status, etc.) or to send management commands (add/remove nodes, run backups, upgrade a cluster, add/remove load balancer, etc.). The API is written in PHP and runs under Apache. The diagram below illustrates the architecture of ClusterControl.

Figure: ClusterControl - Agentless Architecture


In this blog post, we will show you how to interact directly with the ClusterControl API to retrieve monitoring data or to perform management tasks.

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