AJAX Framework

An Ajax framework is a web application framework that helps to develop web applications that use Ajax, a collection of technologies used to build dynamic web pages on the client side. Data is read from the server or sent to the server by JavaScript requests. However, some processing at the server side may be required to handle requests, such as finding and storing the data. This is accomplished more easily with the use of a framework dedicated to processing Ajax requests. The goal of the framework is to provide the Ajax engine and associated server and client-side functions.

Types of frameworks:

  • Direct Ajax frameworks
  • Indirect Ajax frameworks
  • Ajax component frameworks
  • Server-driven Ajax frameworks

 

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