Ajax

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Asynchronous Java Script and XML or Ajax is a web development method used to create web applications with an interactive user interface. Ajax is a feature widely used by most websites especially those that require real time data to be displayed on the screen. What Ajax does is retrieve data from a server to which the website is connected and display the data on the screen without interrupting the webpage a user is using. Ajax is popular in using a group of services such as the XMLHTTP to gather data to be shown on the webpage in real time. How this helps is that it does not create a hindrance for the user as the web page is not required to be reloaded again and again as new information is retrieved using Ajax. The request method requires different web technologies to be used together to work in an asynchronous manner.

The Ajax was established in the mid nineties after Java applets became popular. Initially there were only HTML pages especially with the slow speed of the internet of the past. Every time new data would have to be displayed on the screen, the data would have to be retrieved from the server directly which meant that the page would reload to provide the user with the information. This was time consuming and inefficient as not only the changed data would have to be sent but also the data that was already available on the webpage would have to be sent along. This created a bottleneck in the work process. Since the bandwidth was also limited in the past, downloading and uploading were limited per user; reloading pages would utilize bandwidths to the maximum.

The Ajax was introduced in Internet Explorer initially and later Microsoft built in the XMLHTTP Active X control in a later edition of Internet Explorer which were soon adopted by the competing web browsers. Despite its efficiency and consequent advantages there are still drawbacks that web developers complain about. Some have the criticism that the websites that do actively use Ajax do not store automatically in the browser’s history, so when a user has to press the back button on the web browser, the user may just end up going to the last fully restored page but not the page that was updated using Ajax.
Developing countries still have problems of stable internet connections and therefore Ajax is not very effective as dynamic web pages that upload without fail may cause hindrance in the other applications running on the computer or the other tabs opened on the same web browser and may cause the connection to “hang”. Therefore a alternative to Ajax should be present to maintain connection for which reason most websites do give users a “view page in HTML” option.

Therefore Ajax run web pages may take longer to upload as well as the complicated nature of Ajax may be run on complicated codes that may be difficult top debug incase a problem were to arise. Thus, a stable Ajax run web application is only as useful as where a stable connection is guaranteed.