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    • A synchronous J avaScript A nd X ML Gloria Law Joshua Mahaz
    • A synchronous J avaScript A nd X ML
      • Technique for creating web applications that are…
        • faster
        • more functional
        • real-time
      • Achieved through client/server communication without page reloads
    • AJAX a New Name
      • Components have been around since mid 90’s
        • Microsoft Remote Scripting
        • IFRAME (IE3)
        • LAYER (Netscape 4)
      • Provided a means of loading external URLs that could modify a parent page.
    • AJAX a New Name
      • Requirements
        • Plugs-ins
        • Browser specific add-ons
      • Repercussions
        • Hassle of third party software
        • Page was always browser specific
    • AJAX a New Name
      • Advancements in Web Development 2000+
        • Widespread adoption and refinement of
          • Client Side Scripting (JavaScript)
          • Server Side Scripting (PHP/SQL/ASP)
          • XML Request (Microsoft Remote Scripting)
      • Aloud for an easier, portable, and more refined approach, AJAX
    • A synchronous J avaScript A nd X ML
      • Technique for creating better, faster, and more interactive web application
      • JavaScript can communicate directly with server
        • scripting language in which Ajax function calls are usually made
      • Uses asynchronous data transfer (HTTP requests) between the browser and the web server
      • Can use on different OS, free and open source implementations of suitable
    • Usage
      • Real-time form data validation
        • Can validate in a form before the user submit the form
      • Auto completion
        • Portion of form data may be auto completed as the user types
      • Load on demand
        • An HTML page can fetch more data in the background
      • Refreshing data and server push
        • Pull data from a server for a up-to-date data
        • Not require to reload the full page
    • Advantage
      • Bandwidth usage
        • Quicker loads
        • Rest of the layout does not have to be redrawn on each update
      • Compatibility
        • Works on ‘ most’ browsers
    • Advantage
      • Functionality
        • Constant data fetching allows page to stay ahead of user
      • JavaScript event handler gives page a real-time feel
        • Mouse click
        • Focus changes
        • Timers/Interrupts
    • Disadvantage
      • Browser Integration
        • Does not register itself with the browser history engine
      • Complexity
        • Need to have some knowledge of presentation logic in the HTML client page as well as in the server-side logic
      • Response-time concern
        • Network latency
      • Debugging
        • Processing logic is embedded both in the client and on the server.
    • Demo
      • Web-based demo:
      • http://www.Mahaz.com
    • Reference
      • http://www.adaptivepath.com/ideas/essays/archives/000385.php
      • http://devedge-temp.mozilla.org/viewsource/2003/inner-browsing/index_en.html
      • http://groups.google.ca/group/microsoft.public.scripting.remote/browse_thread/thread/99b7e6152b45b2e7/6b3689e2dc7401dc
      • http://arscif.dsi.unimi.it/
      • http://msdn.microsoft.com/msdnmag/issues/04/08/CuttingEdge/
      • http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2396.txt
      • http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc3986.txt
      • http://www.xml.com/pub/a/2005/08/22/ajax.html