With Ajax, Web applications can send and retrieve data from a server asynchronously (in the background) without interfering with the display and behavior of the existing page.
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The way Ajax works is quite simple. To help explain, check out the image below which shows a comparison between the conventional method of requesting data from a web server vs using the Ajax method. I’ll explain what is taking place on either side in the section below.
When it comes to loading scripts, traditionally scripts were loading using the synchronous method. This was more or less of a “first-come first-served” process whereas if during the page rendering process, the HTML came across a script tag then it would load that script tag in sequence, thus blocking the parsing of HTML. Once the script was fully loaded, the HTML would continue to parse and load the rest of the web page.As we can see by the image below, there are 3 synchronous scripts being l...
As far as loading a script asynchronously goes, this is very easy. To do so, you simply need to add the async attribute to your script tag. For example, if we are loading a script located at js/example.js then we could define the following.As for using Ajax functions, there are a ton of possibilities. First off, a typical Ajax function will have the two following components.The Ajax url parameter defines the URL for which you want to make a request to and the settings parameter is used to con...
As previously mentioned, using Ajax programming methods is not a programming language in and of itself. Rather, it combines multiple technologies in a manner that renders the access of data more efficiently and effectively. Wherever possible, ensure that you are loading your scripts using async and implementing Ajax functions wherever it makes sense so that users can access the information they need much faster.