Ajax ,an acronym for Asynchronous Javascript and Xml is a group of interrelated web development techniques used on the client side to create asynchronous web applications.With Ajax, web applications can send data to, and retrieve data from, a server asynchronously (in the background) without interfering with the display and behavior of the existing page. Storing  or […]


With AJAX, a page’s JavaScript will send the server a request to obtain data as the user interacts with the page. These are HTTP requests much like used to retrieve the page and its images. Because of this, XMLHttpRequest can be used to retrieve data besides XML, which JavaScript can call upon. XML may be […]


In this article, I want to show how one can call ASMX web service from his or her JQuery client code and also show the subtle issues that he or she might encounter. To be more specific, I want to show how to pass a JavaScript object to an ASMX web service method and get […]


At first, I should define, what is AJAX? The term refers to the use of different technologies like XML, XHTML, and JavaScript to update a part of a web page without reloading the whole page. This feature is becoming an essential part of modern web development. In this regard, modern browsers provide XMLHttpRequest API interface […]


TinyBox is a lightweight and standalone JavaScript popup box script. At only 3.4KB it allows for any AJAX or HTML input and can also be used for images and auto hiding alerts.


This lightweight Ajax image gallery and slideshow script clocks in under 3kb packed with a number of cool features.


JavaScript is an extremely powerful and flexible scripting language. This article highlights 5 JavaScript best practices to keep in mind.