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Thread: Is AJAX related with java programing or .Net?

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    Red face Is AJAX related with java programing or .Net?

    I am beginner in AJAX. And i dont know is it nessesory to learn .net or java before staring this course? so please guide me.

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    Default Re: Is AJAX related with java programing or .Net?

    The initial answer is "none of the above". Have you looked at the Wikipedia article on AJAX yet? Please do so soon so you don't go on any self-imposed wild goose chases. I assume that you of course know that Java and JavaScript are two completely different programming languages, right?

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