AJAX

What is AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML)?

What is AJAX?

The AJAX stands for “Asynchronous JavaScript and XML” and AJAX is a technique to creating interactive web applications and allows us to send and receive data asynchronously without refreshing the web page.

The XMLHttpRequest object is part of a technology called AJAX.

AJAX is very faster and easy, we can implement AJAX in a meaningful manner.

It is a group of related technologies looks like,
a)      HTML/XHTML and CSS
b)     DOM
c)      XML or JSON
d)     XMLHttpRequest
e)      JavaScript

The AJAX was popular in 2005 by Google, with Google Suggest.

Where it is used?

The AJAX technology used by
a)      Google,
b)     Facebook,
c)      Twitter etc.

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