Some boring facts:
- There are LOADS of frameworks-libraries to handle TL;DR AJAX codes.
- You will be demotivated before writing AJAX codes.
- It's hard to handle errors using AJAX. That's why AJAX sites often return "something happened we are fixing #t" errors. It's a lie, they aren't really informed about which part of the code failed.
- You can't just click "back".
- It's incompatible with platforms.
- Using AJAX framework makes you dependent to the framework
(If you close your eyes, you can still see them.)
Ajax is a good substitute for cocaine. Hippies can't tell the difference.
List of Ajax
AJAX comes in many forms, such as:
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