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Detect Ajax requests

Detect Ajax requests: Ajax with PHP: Add Dynamic Content to Websites
Detect Ajax requests: Ajax with PHP: Add Dynamic Content to Websites

On the server side, our PHP code needs to process an Ajax request and return data. A helpful technique is to be able to differentiate standard HTTP requests from Ajax HTTP requests. In this movie, we learn how to use X-Requested-With to set a header that we can then use to recognize requests that originate from Ajax.

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Skill Level Intermediate
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Developer Web Web Development Ajax PHP

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