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AJAX is an acronym for Asynchronous JavaScript And XML. AJAX simply combines the following: A browser's built-in XMLHttpRequest object (to request data from a web server) HTML DOM and JavaScript (to display or use the data)

AJAX is a method for building dynamic and speedy web pages. By sharing small quantities of data with the server behind the scenes, AJAX allows web pages to be updated asynchronously. This means that elements of a web page can be updated without reloading the entire page.

data: The data that will be sent to the server during the Ajax request. dataFilter: A function for dealing with XMLHttpRequest's raw response data. dataType: The type of data the server is expected to return.

Ajax is a technology that enables web applications to communicate with the server without refreshing the entire page. For example, you can make a request to the server, and then update the user interface without sending any data back to the server.

The fundamental distinction between Javascript and Ajax is that Javascript is used for client-side interaction whereas AJAX is used for server-side interaction. To make the website more interactive and dynamic, AJAX is employed as part of Javascript. AJAX is a scripting language, whereas Javascript is a programming language.

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