AJAX Tutorial w/ Eclipse, Tomcat, and Java Servlet Technologies

AJAX Tutorial w/ Eclipse, Tomcat, and Java Servlet Technologies


What is a simple AJAX with Servlet web application tutorial? What does the term AJAX refer to? What does the term asynchronous means? What component is used by an AJAX enabled web application? What is the main advantage of an AJAX enabled web application? What is the difference between AJAX on Internet Explorer and AJAX on other browsers? What does the doPost method in a servlet do? How is XML passed from the server to the browser in an AJAX enabled web application? How are HttpServletRequest parameters retrieved on the server side? How are HttpServletRequest parameters passed from the client side? What parameters are passed in the XMLHttpRequest open method? What does the XMLHttpRequest onreadystatechange method do? How can a check be performed to see if the XMLHttpRequest was loaded?

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5 thoughts on “AJAX Tutorial w/ Eclipse, Tomcat, and Java Servlet Technologies

  1. If anyone is getting response as undefined…. instead of .getElementsByTagName("responseFromServer")[0].text; do getElementsByTagName("responseFromServer")[0].textContent;

  2. Why do you annoy your users with cross selling other courses, all the time ? I would prefer not to watch your videos for this reason alone, even though your content is good.

  3. AJAX (05) w/ JSON and multi-dimensional array driven display @ https://youtu.be/8DRXzBp1ma0

    AJAX (04) w/ JSON and automated data driven display @ https://youtu.be/JPd6YlYayz4

    AJAX (Tutorial 03) – JSON + Java Servlet @ https://youtu.be/YLxcYkwXVA0

    AJAX (Tutorial 02) – JAVA Servlet + Parse XML w/ JavaScript @ https://youtu.be/ZHUsLdEsWTM

    AJAX Tutorial w/ Eclipse, Tomcat, and Java Servlet Technologies @ https://youtu.be/ThyK60yXOe8

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