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What is the purpose of ajax?

Posted By: Ramesh P     Posted Date: October 30, 2010    Points:2   Category :ASP.Net
What are the advantages of ajax.

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Author: Syed Shakeer Hussain             
Posted Date: October 30, 2010     Points: 5   
Author: ASPEvil             
Posted Date: October 31, 2010     Points: 5   

The full form of AJAX is: Advanced JavaScript and XML. So, it is able to serve all the great functionality as JavaScript and XML both can do.

It is used actually, when you need to refresh a particular part of a page not the full page. For example, if you want to show a clock on your asp.net webpage where you will write the server side code to display the time in that clock, then every time this clock would send a request to the server to get the updated time and if you would not use AJAX, then every time the clock will send a request to the server, the total page will be refreshed and it will definitely make bore the users and it also will do matter for bandwidth as sending and getting the request for a total page and for a part(here, it is the clock) of page is not equal.

Author: Ashutosh Jha             
Posted Date: January 14, 2014     Points: 20   

AJAX provides great functionality. If we talk about ASP.NET, it provides so amny features like calender control/collapsable pannel/accordian and many more. And all we need to do is to use their dll and call it.

Regards,
Ashutosh Jha
ashutosh741@gmail.com

http://www.tricksroad.com


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