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The response Text property returns the response as a string.
The response XML property returns the response as an XML DOM object.
The eval() function leaves the door open to all JS expressions potentially creating side effects or security issues, whereas JSON.parse() limits itself to just parsing JSON.
JSON.parse() is available natively in most recent browsers.