6.Q:What advantages and disadvantages can we find in Ajax?
Usually the pages in a website have the same type of content which has to be reloaded every time a request is made if we used the classical methods. Things improve when we use Ajax because only the content that requires updating will be sucessed . This will mean less loading time and less used bandwidth. The user interface will become more interactive and the section of web pages will become reloadable each alone all this due to asynchronous request usage.
7.Q:Which are the trigger types that we find in update panel?
A:The types or triggers are in member of two: PostBackTrigger and AsynPostBackTrigger. The first one makes a complete postback. It doesn’t work asynchronously, the second one makes a practical postback and this is working asynchronously.
9. Q:What are the protocols and forms in Ajax?
10.Q: Do we have to use HTTP GET/POST for the Ajax calls?
A: If the data doesn’t change for a particular request URL, HTTP GET requests are necessary. If the state on a server is going to be updated then a HTTP POST is necessary.
11.Q: Easy trough that the classical web applications are harder to make than Ajax applications?
A: Not really, because the code that has to run on the client is complicated and it is hard to create such a code, without having bugs and we need the aid of many tools of an efficient code.
12.Q: Why is HTML_AJAX having stability issues on some installations?
A: If the problem that we have with is specific to certain servers the best explanation would be that the problem relates to output compression. It can be dictated and fixed PHP config but if it is a related apache extensions it is almost impossible to be detected properly. In most cases we will have to disable the AJAX extension, but in rare cases we can fix the issue by using the setting sendContentLength to false. Also XDdebug can create some issues but they can be fixed by the activating the extension.
13.Q: I it true that AJAX is code browser compatible?
14.Q: Is it true that a XMLHttpRequest objects belongs to the W3C standard?
A: This hasn’t been decided until now but we know just that it belongs to DOM Level 3 Load and Save.
15.Q: What meaning has ASP.NET Ajax?
A: ASP.NET Ajax is developed by Microsoft and it represent the free Ajax frame work used for creating applications that have a great amount of interactivity and is compatible with all the browsers. It gives us the possibility to chose our own way of using Ajax no matter if is Server-side, Client-side, the Query library or the Ajax Control Tool kit.
16.Q: What are the browser versions that Ajax is compatible with?
A: From the version 0.3.0 Ajax is compatible with Internet Explorer 5.5, Mozilla Firefox 1.0, Safari 2+ and Opera 8.5+.
17.Q: In what way are proxyless calls different than the proxied calls in Ajax?
18.Q: How can we make a mashup with Java by accessing other domains data?