Using E4X on the server-side with Jaxer

Build a Web application with JavaScript and Jaxer

From the developerWorks archives

Michael Galpin

Date archived: May 15, 2019 | First published: March 03, 2009

The ECMAScript for XML (E4X) standard gives JavaScript developers a powerful API to work with XML. As it is not supported in Internet Explorer®, you might not get to use it often. That is not an issue if you use JavaScript on the server with Jaxer. In this article, you see how JavaScript and E4X make it easy to work with XML on the server. Combine this key ingredient with Jaxer to create Ajax applications using nothing but JavaScript.

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