Ajax is simple and could be described as an 11-line piece of code. So, doing some mental math, describing Ajax and the
XMLHttpRequest type should take no more than four or five pages. Yet this chapter is more than four or five pages—in fact, quite a bit more. The reason is that knowing how to use the
XMLHttpRequest type does not equate to making the best use of
The first purpose of this chapter is to introduce and explain a simple Ajax example. The second purpose is to explain a meaningful development strategy using the
The Ajax example illustrated in this chapter is an HTML page that has a single button. Clicking the single button makes an HTTP request ...