Ajax and jQuery
Ajax and jQuery are an example of unifying efficiency technologies and web programming development.
Problems with Ajax appear when different requests are used in the same application (for example synchronized and asynchronized) or in case of different formats of responses (HTML, CSV, VML, JSON, etc). Ajax is based on sending requests to the webserver. Subsequently, it waits for a response and updates the page. This is achieved through functions such as HttpRequest()and by taking two parameters (the URL address and function response) which can be used multiple times in the whole application.
The advantage of jQuery is that it has Ajax functions and methods which can be used to speed up the project development.
jQuery has the ability to use the Ajax call. It communicates with Ajax through a simple API and it also controls URLS, caches, success functions, different types of data, and even synchronization.