Dropdown menus are a common element in web applications, it provides a list of options to choose from.
While dropdowns can be manually populated with a set of predefined options, it’s often more efficient to retrieve the options dynamically from a server. In this case, user is restricted to select an option from the dropdown. The list gets updated based on the parent element selection.
In this tutorial, I show how you can autopopulate dropdown with MySQL database data using jQuery AJAX in Laravel 9.