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What is AJAX ? Asynchronous JavaScript and XML. It is a new technique for creating more interactive web applications with HTML, CSS, Javascript. This technique allows updating of web page, without reloading of whole page. Web applications send information to and from the server using synchronous requests. That means when you hit on submit, a new page is directed, from server, and user... more

  • Posted on 29th Dec 2017 04:01 PM

List out the 3 main differences between session and cookies Sessions are stored in server which can hold multiple variables. Session expiry time is specified in configuration and remains active as long as browser is open. It is mainly used for login and logout purpose Cookies are stored on user’s computer, those can be viewed in web browser options and cannot hold multiple... more

  • Posted on 04th Dec 2017 03:29 PM

API - Application Programming Interface. API is a set of tools and protocols for building a software applications. It is the predefined method of communication between 2 web based software applications. Communication means interact when one application likes to access data by another, send data to that application. It is a tool that makes a website data easily understood by a computer.... more

  • Posted on 18th Sep 2017 06:17 PM

What is CMS ? Content Management System is a readymade developed application which enables you to add, delete, update the content, store numerous data of website, managing data in web pages from within the browser without having the need of any HTML knowledge. It helps in organising, controlling, publishing documents and multimedia contents in electronic format. Usually add-ons, plugins,... more

  • Posted on 15th Sep 2017 04:01 PM

Freshers Latest PHP Technical Interview Questions & Answers 2014 What is the latest current version of PHP? php 5.3 What are the differences between GET and POST methods in form submitting? On the server side, the main difference between GET and POST is where the submitted is stored. The $_GET array stores data submitted by the GET method. The $_POST array stores data submitted by the POST... more

  • Posted on 30th Nov -0001 12:00 AM