What is Ajax, Introduction to Ajax

Ajax » On Aug 11, 2011 By Sivateja

Ajax is not a programming language, its the script.  Ajax means, Asynchronous java script and xml, and this is the type of programming made popular in 2005 by Google suggest [Google search, while we are typing some thing in Google search box it will show you some suggestions automatically right that is Ajax]

With Ajax we can move the data from our web page to the server, and we can update the part of our web page with out refreshing the entire page, cool na :-)

And mates,  Ajax is the widely using scripting concept now a days in the real time projects.

And its highly recommended to know JavaScript and CSS, xml a little before we start Ajax programs


What is Synchronous & Asynchronous

Actually, Synchronous means at a time we can send single request and we need to wait for the response before send the second request, and Asynchronous means we can send the second request before we get the response of first request, Ajax is the example of this Asynchronous type.

Platform: AJAX applications are platform independent, we can expect the exact working style in all the platforms :-)

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4 Responses to “What is Ajax, Introduction to Ajax”
  1. mahendra says:

    What may be the output of this program?, will it insert content in java4s.txt to the browser? (or) in reserve

    plz tell me i didn’t get it

  2. kesavarao akula says:

    Goodmorning sir this is kesavarao Akula
    sir what is loadBalancing in Spring plz provide me some information in
    about load Balancing in Spring

  3. Anand shukla says:

    Hello Shiva, your tutorial is very helpful.
    Please add REST and GWT tutorial as well.

  4. john says:

    you have given a great site. i learned many things with it.
    thank you.


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