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Guys any update? I know that this is a Java forum. But you guys can help me in this. Please clarify.
797836 wrote:It does. But the whole rest of the page has been served previously, so you don't need to wait for all the content to be available to see the page in the first place.
I have doubt here, if AJAX calls not does not wait for the server response
When we say AJAX is asynchronousIt seems to me that when we say 'AJAX is asynchronous' we are just misusing standard terminology. It isn't asynchronous at all. It engages in a request/response protocol. What it is is partial: it doesn't have to submit the entire form, and it doesn't have to process the entire page as a response; it can also pipeline, i.e. submit several requests before it processes any responses. None of this satisfies any definition of 'asynchronous' that I'm aware of.