Client_Side_Scripting

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Client-Side Scripting IT 202—Internet Applications Based on notes developed by Morgan Benton
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For Today Client-side scripting
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Review of Client/Server Model For networked applications, processing power is a valuable resource Most of the time both servers and clients possess processing power (i.e. they each have their own CPU) The decision has to be made about whether to run application logic on the client side, or the server side of the application
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Reasons for Using Client-Side Scripting HTML by itself is primarily for presentation of static information and provides poor support for interactivity Using the client’s CPU for processing improves response time of apps Decreases the processing load of the server making the server run more efficiently
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Reasons NOT to use Scripts Browser compatibility Some users intentionally disable scripts in their browsers Scripts have limited permissions to resources on users’ computers
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Which Scripting Language? A variety exist including JavaScript, Jscript,
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