Since AJAX allows for asynchronous action, loading of new small amounts of data does not interfere with normal page loading. AJAX allows for a more responsive web experience as it allows your web page to exchange small amounts of data with the server as you view the page.

With AJAX, you donít have to wait for your server to reload the page according to your requests. AJAX allows the page to process your request and make small changes accordingly without having to reload an entire page. AJAX cuts down on waiting time and makes the web experience more dynamic.

AJAX web pages load quickly since the payload coming down is smaller in size and the rest of the layout does not have to be redrawn when you request a page update. As such the bandwidth usage and requirements for a page utilizing AJAX are minimized.

If you want to use an AJAX application in your website, you have to take into consideration network latency. Network latency is the interval between the userís request and the serverís response. Some factors can increase the network latency of a webpage and cause delays in the interface of the web application. If the user is unaware of AJAX properties it may result in them assuming that there is something wrong with the page.