Ajax is a technique that allows web pages to communicate asynchronously with a server, and it dynamically updates web pages without reloading. This enables data to be sent and received in the background, as well as portions of a page to be updated in response to user events, while the rest of the program continues to run.
The use of Ajax revolutionized how websites worked, and ushered in a new age of web applications. Web pages were no longer static, but dynamic applications.
In this chapter, we’ll cover the following topics:
Clients and servers
A brief history of Ajax
Communicating with the server using the Fetch API
Receiving data with Ajax
Sending data with Ajax
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