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Group 9-4 - WEB APPLICATIONS By Pim Linders What is a web...

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WEB APPLICATIONS By: Pim Linders
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What is a web application? A web application is an application that is accessed through web browser such as firefox or internet explorer. The application is coded in a browser-supported language such as XHTML and JavaScript.
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History In the early days of the web, web sites consisted of static pages, which severely limited interaction with the user. In 1995, Netscape introduced a client-side scripting called JavaScript, which allowed programmers to add some dynamic elements to the user interface.
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JavaScript Code Example: <html> <head> <script type="text/javascript"> function prompter() { var reply = prompt("What's your name?", ""); alert ( "Hello " + reply); } </head> <body> <input type="button" onclick="prompter()" value="Say my name!"> </body> </html>
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JavaScript Example
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Flash In 1996, Adobe, formerly known as Macromedia, introduced Flash. Flash is a animation player that can embed animations on web pages.
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Flash has come a long way Flash initially focused on animation, early versions
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