AJAX

What is AJAX?

AJAX is also called Asynchronous JavaScript and XML. It is a combination of JavaScript, Extensible Markup Language, the Document Object Model, dynamic HTML and other programming tools, which is used for creating asynchronous web applications. Every programming tool has its own importance. These web applications can send information to a server and get them back in the background. This tool let a content on web pages to update in a moment, when an activity is made. Ajax brings many benefits and advantages.

FAQ

What is AJAX?

AJAX, or asynchronous JavaScript and XML, is a technique for creating web applications in which user interaction with the server takes place asynchronously, so i.e. the entire document is not reloaded. This method of programming is to enable more dynamic interaction with the user compared to the traditional model.

What benefits AJAX brings?

The benefits that AJAX brings are: increasing the usability and ergonomics of internet applications, reducing the number of screens and steps required to obtain the desired effect, downloading only the necessary data, lack of need to refresh the entire page, providing a faster interface.

How does AJAX work within LiveAgent?

Thanks to AJAX, among other things, customer support services can work efficiently and dynamically. The website does not waste time loading completely, and only the elements that require it are updated.

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