AJAX framework


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AJAX framework

An application framework that takes the tedium out of building AJAX programs, both at the client and server sides. AJAX frameworks differ in the amount of coding expertise needed, as some require extensive knowledge, while others use pre-built components that require less experience. AJAX frameworks are available in JavaScript, C++, Java, .NET and PHP. See AJAX.
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Following a JavaScript primer, chapters cover creating Ajax applications, handling multiple XMLHttpRequest objects, downloading JavaScript, using Ajax frameworks, validating user input, and working with XML, dynamic HTML (DHTML), Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), and PHP.
There are guidelines being published to help educate developers, and advanced Ajax frameworks also remove this threat by being built with security in mind.