Technology: Ajax

What are the difference between AJAX and JavaScript are as follows?

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AJAX JavaScript AJAX sends request to the server and does not wait for the response. It performs other operations on the page during that time JavaScript make a request to the server and waits for response AJAX does not require the page to refresh for
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AJAX methods and states

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List of readyState value is: State Description 0 request not initialized (before open() method called) 1 server connection established (after open() method called) 2 request received (after send() method invoked) 3 processing request 4 request finished and response is ready Here are some important properties
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Synchronous vs Asynchronous AJAX

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Asynchronous: An asynchronous request doesn’t block the client i.e. browser is responsive. At that time, user can perform another operations also. In such case, JavaScript engine of the browser is not blocked. Synchronous: A synchronous request blocks the client until operation completes. In such case,
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What is AJAX?

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AJAX stands for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML. AJAX is a technology for creating better, faster and interactive web applications. We can get to or post to server using AJAX without web page refresh. AJAX supports HTML, JSON, XML and plain text. Ajax is a client-side
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