DomAxh - DOM translated Asynchronous XHTML
So not having to reload the web page for each user interaction is what makes 'Ajax' so hot. What makes it NOT is having to use either cryptic XML (having find a way to represent the response in HTML DOM structure, with all the node creating and appending that it implies), or having to settle with the simplistic innerHTML (and thus having to cope with the fact that the browser doesnt parse it so your onclick's, events and scripts just won't work) in order to show the user any new content.
Enter DomAXh (pronounced Dom Ash). Using XMLDOM to XHTMLDOM translation (IE & FF compatible), DomAXh makes life easyer for the developer because his/her server response only has to be valid XHTML and DomAXh takes over rendering the response correctly in the calling web page.