In this chapter, we’ve discussed the performance benefit that is inherently built into the Ajax methodology. The dynamic user interface is certainly a selling point, but what really seals the deal is the fact that Ajax is just so much faster and easier on the server. And if you’re really looking for optimized transfer, keep JSON in the back of your mind. With a 49% savings on bandwidth, it can hardly be ignored.

In the next chapter, we’ll discuss debugging and how it applies to Ajax. We’ll take a look at the Ajax debug options as well as some debugging tools for the browser.


Server Side Sample Application Visual Studio Server Monitoring Dynamic User Interface 
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