Der größte Vorteil der Ajax-Technologie ist die Tatsache, dass Daten verändert werden können, ohne dass die komplette Webseite vom Webbrowser neu erzeugt werden muss. Dies erlaubt es Web-Anwendungen, auf Benutzereingaben schneller zu reagieren. Zudem wird vermieden, dass redundante Daten, die sich unter Umständen nicht geändert haben, fortwährend über das Internet übertragen werden müssen.


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  • AHAH: Asychronous HTML and HTTP

    AHAH is a very simple technique for dynamically updating web pages using JavaScript. It involves using XMLHTTPRequest to retrieve (X)HTML fragments which are then inserted directly into the web page, whence they can be styled using CSS. AHAH is intended to be a much simpler way to do web development than AJAX.

  • Ajax — Mozilla Developer Center

    Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (AJAX) is not a technology in itself, but is a term that describes a „new“ approach to using a number of existing technologies together.

  • Ajax Mistakes

    Ajax is also a dangerous technology for web developers, its power introduces a huge amount of UI problems as well as server side state problems and server load problems. I’ve compiled a list of the many mistakes developers using Ajax often make.

  • Ajax: Usable Interactivity with Remote Scripting

    This article aims to give you an introduction to the foundations of remote scripting, in particular, the emerging XMLHttpRequest protocol. We’ll then walk through an example application that demonstrates how to implement that protocol, while creating a usable interface.

  • Fixing AJAX: XMLHttpRequest Considered Harmful

    All the newest web browsers impose a significant security restriction on the use of XMLHttpRequest. That restriction is that you aren’t allowed to make XMLHttpRequests to any server except the server where your web page came from. The XMLHttpRequest will either fail or pop up warnings, depending on the browser you’re using. There is hope, or rather, there are gruesome hacks, that can bring the splendor of seamless cross-browser XMLHttpRequests to your developer palette ...

  • ProgrammableWeb

    ProgrammableWeb is a web-as-platform reference site and blog delivering news, information and resources for developing applications using the Web 2.0 APIs.



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