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You have a point. But I have to say that I didn't need any imagination to think of ways to use Ajax to enhance parts of my web app interfaces.

The only reason I hadn't use xmlhttprequests extensively before it became popular (and renamed Ajax) was because it was too much work, too error prone. The popularization of Ajax lead to solid frameworks and libraries, which fixed that.




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