Vanilla JS

Get Characters

A static example of the Final Space API using Vanilla JS and/or Axios.

This example uses /character endpoint of the Final Space API. Below the example is image of the output of the code and the link to the example on StackBlitz.

More details to using limit and other query's an be found in Character endpoint.

{/* Not a Live Editor*/}
document.write('<div class="root"></div>');
const root = document.querySelector(".root");
const cardStyle = {
border: "1px solid lightgrey",
padding: "12px",
width: "600px",
display: "flex",
alignItems: "center",
justifyContent: "space-between",
marginBottom: "10px",
textAlign: "center",
backgroundColor: "#fafafa",
};
const dataContainerStyle = {
width: "250px",
padding: "12px",
textAlign: "left"
};
const rootStyle = {
margin: "0 auto",
width: "max-content",
padding: "0 10px"
};
const imageStyle = {
boxShadow: "0 5px 8px 0 rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.3)"
};
Object.assign(root.style, rootStyle);
fetch("https://finalspaceapi.com/api/v0/character?limit=5")
.then(res => res.json())
.then(data => {
console.log(data);
data.forEach(character => {
const cardDiv = document.createElement("div");
Object.assign(cardDiv.style, cardStyle);
cardDiv.classList.add("card");
const cardImage = document.createElement("div");
const image = document.createElement("img");
Object.assign(image.style, imageStyle);
image.src = character.img_url;
image.alt = character.name;
cardImage.appendChild(image);
cardDiv.appendChild(cardImage);
const dataContainer = document.createElement("div");
Object.assign(dataContainer.style, dataContainerStyle);
const name = document.createElement("p");
name.innerHTML = `${character.name}`;
name.style.color = "green";
dataContainer.appendChild(name);
const species = document.createElement("p");
species.innerHTML = `${character.species}`;
species.style.color = "orange";
dataContainer.appendChild(species);
const gender = document.createElement("p");
gender.innerHTML = `${character.gender}`;
gender.style.color = "blue";
dataContainer.appendChild(gender);
const hair = document.createElement("p");
hair.innerHTML = `${character.hair}`;
hair.style.color = "red";
dataContainer.appendChild(hair);
cardDiv.appendChild(dataContainer);
root.appendChild(cardDiv);
});
});
let mediaQuery = window.matchMedia("(max-width: 630px)");
const handleResize = e => {
if (e.matches) {
// If media query matches
let cards = document.querySelectorAll(".card");
cards.forEach(card => {
card.style.flexDirection = "column";
card.style.width = "300px";
});
} else {
let cards = document.querySelectorAll(".card");
cards.forEach(card => {
card.style.flexDirection = "row";
card.style.width = "600px";
});
}
};
mediaQuery.addListener(handleResize);
handleResize(mediaQuery);

Result

You can play with this example on StackBlitz.

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Last updated on by Gildson