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Hadi Farhat
Hadi Farhat
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How to use AJAX/jQuery with Django?

I want the user to submit a form without leaving or refreshing the page. I have researched over the internet and found out that jQuery/AJAX makes this very easy.

Now what I thought about is retrieving the form data using jQuery, updating the required model and sending a success message to the user. All of that needs to be done without refreshing the page.

I'm new to the AJAX world but I'm pretty comfortable with Django (at least when it comes to forms)