Ajax framework

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In web application development, an Ajax framework is a framework which leverages Ajax, a collection of technologies for building dynamic web pages on the client side. While data is read from and sent to the server by JavaScript requests, frameworks may include server-side like or client-side components to process the client's requests. The acronym AJAX stands for Asynchronous JavaScript And XML.

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