Monday, October 23rd 2017
I wrote some fairly simple code working with the class example as a framework, to parse the "Random User" API and display the user results in a table.
Each time you press the button, it renders an HTML table with a new set of user info.
I refactored the code to reduce the amount of repetition around building out markup, with a fillField method that took a string and Id name. Given more time, I might have also added a method to render an external template to HTML.
I used Paw (similar to Postman) to dig through the results from the Random User API and look for interesting fields, and how they were structured.