What is Ajax?

Amit Kapoor
Amit Kapoor

Posted On: Apr 10, 2020

 

Ajax (Asynchronous Javascript and XML) is a technique to create asynchronous web applications. Applications developed with Ajax can send and retrieve data asynchronously from the server without interfering with the existing page of the application. It sends and receives data in the background.

Ajax is not a single technology but a combination of technologies such as HTMML, CSS, DOM, JSON, XML, XMLHttpRequest, and JavaScript.

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