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JavaScript multiple HTTP request, automation

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Is it possible to have JavaScript send multiple HTTP requests sequentially based on a click on the page, then the script checks the multiple returned document from the server and validates them? I am considering a web based automation scheme that would record key clicks (URLs) and rerun them directly from the web page based on a key click.
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see XmlHttpRequest()
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