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Ajax Web development and Java client programs

Creating dynamic, interactive Web applications requires advanced programming techniques. Ajax Web development is one such technique. Ajax, which derived from a portmanteau of Asynchronous JavaScript and XML, allows developers to create client platforms and applications that can update and interact with users without requiring the client side to refresh. Ajax works well with Java development platforms. Find out more about Ajax Web development and related concepts in this topic section with our valuable news, tips and resources.

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