AOL has also started to provide hosting services for the Dojo Foundation, and recommitted to contributing to the tool's development and submitting bug fixes.
AOL is one of the early supporters of the Dojo Foundation and is using the technology for its AIMPages project that is currently in beta.
The Ajax technique allows developers to create interactive web applications. While a static webpage exchanges data only when a user clicks on a link or button, Ajax applications transmit data behind the scenes, making for more responsive and user-friendly online applications.
Creating Ajax applications is considered an arduous task because of browser compatibility issues. Developer tools such as Dojo or the Google Web Toolkit aim to eliminate human errors by providing automation.
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