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When I asked about listing the modes, what I really meant to ask is what are different ways of using the AJAX model. I know there is asynchronous and synchronous modes as far as how it is requesting something.
But I meant how many ways are there to represent the AJAX model.
Here is what I came up with:
Using the 1 XMLHttpRequest object to make a asynchronous call
2. jQuery functional call ----- $().ajax
3. Using the UpdatePanel
Am I right in saying the ways of representing the AJAX Model????
Also in using the xmlHttpRequest (see below the code):
why would you use a URL asp.net webpage when asynchronously calling ?
I just realized the location ajax_test.asp is not an .aspx page.
So I guess when they ask for ajax_test_asp, they're just asking for content not to execute the page on the server,
If so, do you use the Response object in the aspx page to write back out to the ResponseText.
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