Submitting a form with Ajax






Submitting a form with Ajax

Break Neck doesn't seem to be asking for anything that complicated. Let's see if we can convert the Break Neck pizza form submission into an asynchronous request.

Here's what you'll need to do:

    submitOrder() 2Your new JavaScript function, submitOrder(), will
submit the customer's order to the Break Neck server asynchronously, using the
information in the pizza order form.
    showConfirmation()
    4In this step, you'll have to write a new callback function. This will need
to take the delivery time that you get from the Break Neck server, and give the customer
a confirmation that her order is on its way.
    1First, you'll need to change the Break Neck HTML: instead of letting
a customer place her order with a submit button, the "Order Pizza" button should call a
new JavaScript function. You'll write this function in the next step, and call
it submitOrder().
    3 Break Nech ServerYou'll have to make sure the PHP script on Break Neck's
server doesn't send back HTML anymore... instead, it should return how much time it will
take for the pizza to arrive at the customer's door.



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