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FAQ Topic - What is AJAX?

FAQ Topic - What is AJAX?

AJAX is shorthand for Asynchronous Javascript And XML. The technology is
based on the XMLHttpRequest Object. It is also known as "Web 2.0".
At its simplest, it is the sending/retrieving of new data from the server
without changing URL's or reloading the current page.

Mozilla Documentation:


MSDN Documention:



AJAX Libraries and Tutorial Sites:



An alternative to the XMLHttpRequest Object is Remote Scripting:


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