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This chapter will go beyond this state of the request and focus on two specific data-interchange formats in which the response can be received. An Ajax response can come in various formats; the most common include JSON and the most widely accepted, XML. Each format can be useful depending on the results you are trying to achieve. However, deciding on a single format for your application can be useful as a convention for future management, especially if you are building a large-scale application.
It is also good to keep in mind the scalability of the technology that you choose, especially if you are planning on creating a scalable application in which you expect exponential growth. Let’s get started by taking an in-depth look at XML, the syntax, how to parse it, and how to use it in your next application. XML XML (Extensible Markup Language) is a popular choice for XHRs, simply because it is the standard intermediate language that all programming languages are able to share. It is also supported both on the server side and client side, which makes it the most flexible solution.
Ajax for Web Application Developers (Developer's Library) by Kris Hadlock