Showing posts with label ajax. Show all posts
Showing posts with label ajax. Show all posts

Wednesday, September 09, 2015

A Guide to Vanilla Ajax Without jQuery

A Guide to Vanilla Ajax Without jQuery
Short for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML, Ajax is a mechanism for making partial page updates. It enables you to update sections of a page with data that comes from the server, whilst avoiding the need for a full refresh. Making partial updates in this way can be effective in creating fluid user experiences and can decrease the load put on the server.

Wednesday, March 05, 2014

Uploading Files with AJAX

Uploading Files with AJAX

The introduction of AJAX marked a huge leap forward in the history of the web. The ability to communicate with a web server without reloading the page has revolutionised how web applications are built. The primary technology that enables AJAX (XMLHttpRequests) has evolved significantly since the initial conception of dynamic websites.

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Chained AJAX selects

Chained AJAX selects

In today's tutorial, we will build a set of chained select elements. Selecting an option in one of them will trigger an update on the page, showing you more choices to refine your selection. We will describe the options server side with PHP, so it is easy for you to hook today's example to a database.