If you are thinking about getting information about Ajax FC or the
SOAP, and so on) have been maturing for years .XHR was created by Microsoft in IE5 in March of 1999, as an ActiveX Object and it only worked in IE.XHR was then adopted by Mozilla 1.0 and Safari 1.2.And a new generation of web application was born. Its core technique is centered on communication to the server without a page refresh .It is also known as XMLHTTP technique.
The four defining principles of Ajax
1. The browser hosts an application, not content
Classically when a user logs into a site, a session is initialized and several serverside objects are created and pages are served to the browser. The home page is dished up to the browser, in a stream of HTML markup that mixes together standard boilerplate presentation and user-specific data. The browser acted as a dumb terminal and flushed whatever was sent to it. But
2. The server delivers data, not content
As we noted, the classic web app serves up the same mixture of boilerplate, content, and data at every step. An
3 .User interactions with the application can be fluid and continuous
In classic web applications, the only way to contact the server was either to click a hyperlink or to submit a form and wait for the server to respond. But
4. This is real coding and requires discipline
What can you do with
The technology for
a. Auto complete
This is the
guesses on what the user is going to type and then suggest it. For example
suggestions in gmail from the address book on typing email addresses.
b. Searching in real time with live searches
This feature gives result to your queries instantly as you enter them.
Googlesuggest is an example of this feature. You can view an example by logging onto http://www.google.com/webhp?complete=1
d. Dragging and dropping
As you might have seen in many e-commerce sites, you can drag and drop items to your cart which you prefer to buy. This has been made possible by