Solid Ajax applications, Part 2, Building Ajax back ends

Create a back end for a graphical Ajax application

From the developerWorks archives

Brett McLaughlin Sr.

Date archived: January 4, 2017 | First published: January 15, 2008

Back end processing — server-side scripts and programs — can't always be tossed into an Ajax application and behave well. Instead, careful planning to ensure data is sent in an appropriate and efficient form ensures your entire application is cohesive, rather than needlessly complex. Brett McLaughlin explains how a good server-side script complements Ajax behavior.

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