What is AJAX? AJAX stands for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML. AJAX uses a combination of Javascript and XML to allow web pages to be updated with new data from the server. It consists of HTML, JavaScript, DHTML, and DOM. The traditional way of processing data between client’s browser and a server was to submit a HTML form and send data to the server, the server processed the data and sent a response back to the browser.

The disadvantage of this method is that the web page must be reloaded in the browser. As a new and outstanding approach, AJAX allows to write web-applications without reloading the page on user interaction. By using AJAX, we can create better, faster and easier to use web applications.


AJAX Introduction
AJAX Basic
AJAX Display Contents
AJAX Get and Post
AJAX and Database
AJAX Dynamically Update Data