The Client Side - The Client Side Application Clients(eg...

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The Client Side Application Clients (eg Web Browsers) and Applets are the components that run on the Client Machine. When you view web pages a web browser (client ) is usually rendering document content provided from the web server . The document is assumed to be an HTML document (text and markup tags that control how elements appear on the monitor) that has been transmitted over TCP/IP connections using the HTTP protocol TCP connections are specified through IP addresses (name or number, eg ironbark.bendigo.latrobe.edu.au or 149.144.20.200) and TCP ports, eg http server, 80 or https 443 The Hypertext Transport Protocol (HTTP) dictates how the client & server should communicate. Its basic structure is a Request-Response model. HTTP interaction is initiated by a client sending a request message to the server, eg. The server will send a response, eg. The Web Browser (client/user agent) processes the response usually by rendering the HTML component in the browser's window.
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  • Web page, World Wide Web, Web server, Web browser, Hypertext Transfer Protocol

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