1. AJAX intro
  2. AJAX basics
  3. AJAX browsers
  4. AJAX forms
  5. AJAX sending data
  6. AJAX summary

AJAX summary

AJAX stands for Asynchronous Javascript And XML. It is a web programming method made popular by Google in 2005 that allows the web developer to create more interactive web applications where the content on a page changes without actually reloading that page. Combining Javascript and HTTP requests, AJAX technology makes this possible.

The tutorials in this section have taught you how to use AJAX to display new data on a page without actually reloading that page.

NOTE: Remember that AJAX is a web programming method, not a language.

What's next?

At this point, you should begin learning server-side scripting languages like PHP and ASP. You can do that using our PHP tutorials and ASP tutorials.

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