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jQuery and Ajax Error Detection and Handling

[ Thanks to Lee
Schlesinger
for this link. ]

“Website development duties were once assigned to different
individuals with two distinct roles: A designer focused on the all
matters related to the front-end HTML and CSS, and a developer was
responsible for the server-side code. JavaScript’s meteoric rise to
first-class citizen status has blurred these traditional lines,
forcing developers into what was once considered taboo territory.
The results have been spectacular, with frameworks such as jQuery
significantly streamlining JavaScript’s often unwieldy native
syntax, and programming techniques such as Ajax bringing highly
responsive user interfaces to the browser. The marrying of jQuery
and Ajax has been particularly impactful, providing developers with
a powerful solution to the problem of asynchronously interacting
with and updating parts of a web page.”


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