Although this position till move occurs more often, this exact sequence is not an established joseki. From onwards, there are many keypoints, possibilities and lots of variations.
Allthough there is no fixed continuation, there are some basic ideas.
The following move shows black's intention to move out while reducing the white territory at the top and is also an attempt to make shape.
White can avoid this though. He has also the possibility to play on the top side.
The following diagram shows that black also has a probe combination of ,,. If white continues with , then black can live in the corner. The cut of is necessary in this sequence to create forcing moves. White has to use the , exchange to take away liberties in the black shape. It is necessary to take away these liberties in order to play at without fear for a black move at .