Programming Vocabulary

Properties are values associated with objects.
Methods are actions objects can perform.

Function Parameters and Arguments

When you call a function, you can pass values to it. These values are called arguments or parameters.
Identifiers, in the function definition, are called parameters.
Multiple parameters are separated by commas:
function myFunction(parameter1, parameter2) {
    code to be ececuted
}
Values received by the function, when the function is invoked, are called arguments.
The parameters and the arguments must be in the same order:
var x = myFunction(argument1, argument2);
Inside the function, the arguments can be used as local variables.

RESTRepresentational State Transfer

CORS – Cross Origin Resource Sharing 

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