Programming: Working with AJAX
Ajax is a way of programming for the Web that gets rid of the hourglass. Data, content, and design are merged together into a seamless whole.
Ajax is a way of programming for the Web that gets rid of the hourglass. Data, content, and design are merged together into a seamless whole. When your customer clicks any screen element on an Ajax driven application, there is very little lag time and the page is displayed instantly without refreshing or reloading.
Use of Ajax Technology is leading in businesses focusing on providing outsourcing software development service. Ajax is a way of developing Web applications that combines:
- XHTML and CSS standards based presentation
- Interaction with the page through the DOM
- Data interchange with XML and XSLT
- Asynchronous data retrieval with XMLHttpRequest
An Ajax application eliminates the start-stop-start-stop nature of interaction on the Web by introducing an intermediary — an Ajaxengine — between the user and the server. It is always thought that adding an intermediary layer to the application will make it less responsive; however, the opposite is true in Ajax.
The biggest challenges in creating Ajax applications lies to the designer and not the developer since the core Ajax technologies are mature, stable, and well understood.
So, if you are still not using Ajax technology for developing Web applications, then you are lagging behind in the world of technology and advancement.
John Chris is the author of this article. He has been writing articles for Outsourcing software development companies like Q3 technologies since last three years. He also has a keen interest in Offshore software development services.
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