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Yes, Ajax in Django can be done by directly using Ajax library like is : jQuery and or. Ajax is a technology which allows the server to send information to the client without refreshing the entire page. Django is a Python web framework that allows programmers to build websites with minimal overhead. It is built with good tools for creating reusable components. The combination of these two technologies can help developers create faster websites without compromising security.

Ajax is one of the most popular web development frameworks and it uses dynamic servers and JavaScript to make web pages interactive. Django is a Python-based framework that provides a number of features that allow developers to handle large amounts of data. It is also well suited for deploying to multiple servers, which can be scaled up or down according to the need. Step 1: An Event occur in web page. like us : initial page load, form submission, link and button click. Step2: A object is created. the object is created is knows as XMLHttpRequest and then send the request to the server. Step 3 : The Server is responds to the request. Step4: The responded is save and then server respond back with the responded data

Ajax can save data in a request-response format. It makes the process of saving data asynchronous. In this tutorial, we will look at a few ways of doing this using different frameworks and libraries. We will also take a deeper look into the architecture and design patterns that these frameworks use to make Ajax more secure and efficient for your project. In Django, you have 3 options for Ajax: Django REST Framework, AngularJS, and jQuery AJAX

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