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JavaScript Tip: Loading an External XML File

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If you need access to XML data and it is stored in an external XML file, you will need to load it. In this tutorial we use the XML HttpRequest object to load an external XML file. This tutorial is a follow up to a previous tutorial on working with XML data: https://youtu.be/Fkw_OlcLcwE

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Tutorials referred to in this video:
Working with XML Data: https://youtu.be/Fkw_OlcLcwE
Callbacks: https://youtu.be/Nau-iEEgEoM

6 thoughts on “JavaScript Tip: Loading an External XML File

  1. hello, I have to display on a web page my contents of my xml file by doing a parser. But my javascript code does not work and nothing is displayed. could you help me? thank you in advance

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