What is Ajax?
The browser gets information to display a page. How does it work? When a browser request a page from the website the browser in your computer is acting as a client, then the requested page from a site is being delivered through another network that is working up the information, so we call that a server. See how that works the client requests page from the server then the server returns the page that was requested by its clients.
AJAX is a technology that lets you build pages that updates without needing a page to reload
Sometimes when you are looking at a page you may want to ask for some additional information from the server say for example, that your page has thumbnails for a photo album and perhaps the album has more thumbnails that you can view in the current page. If without AJAX and want to see more thumbnails, you’d have to make a call back to the server. Also, it would send you a whole new page with additional thumbnails that mean the server ends up throwing a lot of information that you don’t need at all over again. With ajax the server doesn’t need to send you back the whole page it carries the pieces you need in these new thumbnails.
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