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Posted on 2013-12-20
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So what is better for performance of loading table data AJAX load or using a iframe and load the data in a iframe
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Chris Stanyon earned 167 total points
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Haven't run tests but I would guess AJAX. With ajax, you send a bit of data and only pull back the html or data that you want. The content of an iFrame has to be a fully valid HTML document.

I'd go with AJAX - it's the modern way to do things!
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+1 for Ajax
I don' see any reason to do that with an iFrame
With the iFrame you're going to have DOM manipulation where you just need to receive data with Ajax.
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The iFrame requires often to use an event handler and listener, but works good when is well configured.
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