AJAX for Graphics-Intensive Web Applications
sponsored by ILOG, an IBM Company

Google has shown that the painfully slow user experience we've come to expect from the Internet can be much faster and smoother with AJAX. With AJAX, Web form elements are updated individually. This allows the server-side application to be designed to compute answers as data and not as full pages to be redisplayed, boosting the server's scalability for serving more users, and the application remains usable while the request is sent to the server.


This white paper explores how AJAX improves the Web interface user experience by increasing interactivity and reducing roundtrips to the server. Learn how this technology works and how it is leveraged to create advanced web displays with graphical user interfaces. Find out how AJAX aids in the development of Web graphical user interfaces that include:


  • Adaptive context menus
  • Individual display editing capabilities
  • Vector graphics on the Web
  • Real-time updates
  • Tiling and load on demand
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