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Acronym AJAJ not in mainstream use ?
It seems that the acronym ajaj hasn't gained mainstream adoptance, and that AJAX is being used interchangeably for Xml and Json data.
e.g. Searching Stackoverflow for questions tagged ajax and json returns nearly 3000 questions (http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/ajax+json)
Whereas at the time of writing, ajaj isn't even a tag on the site. (http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/ajaj)
- Wikipedia isn't here to make things famous - its job is to have encyclopedic articles on things that are already notable. I agree that this is widely used, but the current references (stackoverflow? w3schools?) are not really optimal. I think it is good enough though, and the actual content seems accurate. I however don't see that the term "AJAJ" is used very widely, so maybe this belongs as a section in the AJAX article. πr2 (t • c) 05:57, 8 December 2013 (UTC)
February 25, 2013
This article has problems
- What is all this talk of 'its predecessor AJAX'? AJAX is the normal industry term, regardless of the return data type (XML, HTML, JSON, CSV, text...), and - as a term - it is not deceased.