Key Difference – Ajax vs jQuery
What is jQuery?
What is AJAX?
What is the Difference Between Ajax and jQuery?
Ajax and jQuery are different languages, used to develop web interfaces, and there are certain important differences between the two languages.
jQuery: jQuery is a lightweight language that mainly targets the interaction of the HTML elements
Ajax: Ajax is a powerful tool that cannot use HTML because it is a simple tool.
Ajax: Ajax does not reload the page after once it is loaded.
jQuery: jQuery reloads the page after loading.
jQuery: jQuery cannot provide new functionalities by combining other technologies,
Ajax: Ajax is a combination of several other technologies such as CSS, JS, HTML and DOM, which provides a lot of new functionalities.
jQuery: jQuery can be accessed through front-end.
Ajax: Ajax should be addressed in a proper procedural manner in order to receive data from the server.
jQuery: When working with jQuery there is no chance of server overloading.
Ajax: Heavy usage of Ajax often leads to server overload due to an increase in a number of connections at each time when Ajax calls happen.
When making interactive web interfaces, jQuery and AJAX are two most commonly used different technologies. These will also help to make the web application work in an effective and attractive manner. Ajax and jQuery are equally important, and it is hard to compare each other since jQuery and AJAX are often used in conjunction with each other.Image Courtesy “AJAX logo by gengns” by Gengns-Genesis – Own work. (CC BY-SA 4.0) via Wikimedia Commons “Logo jQuery” by Unknown – PDF; in SVG konvertiert von de:Benutzer:Connum; (Public Domain) via Wikimedia Commons