LearnWhat Is Ajax and Where to Use it?

Dave McFarland
writes on June 13, 2014

Treehouse is getting ready to launch a brand new course, Ajax Basics. In this short video Treehouse teacher, Dave McFarland, explains what it is used for.

What Is Ajax?

It’s a way to use JavaScript to talk to a web server, get back a response and update a web page without the visitor leaving the current page. Dave shows how sites like Google, Twitter and Reddit use Ajax to make their sites faster and more responsive.

Dave’s course will be released at the end of June.

Sign up to Treehouse and be ready to Start Learning Ajax.

4 Responses to “What Is Ajax and Where to Use it?”

  1. Great video explainer, was consulting with a designer and had no clue what he was saying 😀 now i have a little bit more 🙂

  2. Asynchronous Javascript and XML [AJAX] is one of the greatest technology that changes the way user interacts with your webapps 🙂 What would be best place for learning AJAX sir?

  3. Peace&Love on June 14, 2014 at 5:43 am said:

    I’ve been waiting for this…..also been waiting for that Laravel course. <3

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