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What is Ajax?

AJAX works in the background on web pages to update a page without having to reload it.

Ajax is a client-side script that allows content on web pages to update according to a user’s action without the page having to be refreshed.

A stands for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML and is basically a technique that allows for the creation of faster and more interactive websites.

The script communicates to and from the server or database without the need for either a postback or page refresh.

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This deals with a limitation of HTTP, which requires the user to wait for a full page to load.

What is Ajax made of?
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