PDN-C15-PPT - Chapter 15 Remoting Yingcai Xiao ASP.NET ....

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Chapter 15 Remoting Yingcai Xiao
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ASP.NET is for building traditional thin- client applications ( Web applications ). Such applications rely on browsers to display HTML generated on servers. Benefits: 1. shorter development cycles 2. more scalable 3. more maintainable 4. more robust . ASP.NET
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Remoting is for closely coupled applications with a tighter coupling of client and server. Such applications have their own client programs and don’t depend on browsers to communicate with the servers. They are “rich-client” applications and distributed applications. Better suited for two-way communication between clients and servers than are conventional Web applications. Closely coupled applications utilize network bandwidth more efficiently because they can use lean binary protocols in lieu of HTTP. “Rich-clients” can use Windows forms to better overcome the limitations of HTML. Close coupling facilitates stateful connections between clients and servers, which in turn simplifies the task of building stateful applications. . Remoting
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2011 for the course CS 573 taught by Professor Dr.xiao during the Spring '10 term at The University of Akron.

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PDN-C15-PPT - Chapter 15 Remoting Yingcai Xiao ASP.NET ....

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