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50. Hypertext Markup Language (HTML): 1. is the language used by Web servers and browsers to describe a Web page. 2. An ____ page has two distinct parts: a header and a body. 3. ____ tags define the structure and content of a page. Each starting tag has a matching ending tag. For example, the ending tag for <html> is </html>. 4. The header is enclosed within the <head> and </head> tags. 5. The body is enclosed within the <body> and </body> tags 51. Internet Information Services (IIS) Understanding IIS Web Hosting: is a Web server for hosting Web applications on the Windows operating system. An ____ server uses the concepts of sites, applications, and virtual directories.
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52. JavaScript: 1. __________ is a client-side scripting language. 2. ___________ runs inside Web browsers.___________ is supported by all popular Web Browsers. 3. Ajax is shorthand for "Asynchronous JavaScript and XML." Ajax uses_____________t extensively in order to provide responsive Web applications. 4. The ASP.NET AJAX framework lets you implement Ajax functionality on ASP.NET Web pages. 53. Query Strings: 1. strings stores the data values in the __________ __________ portion of a page URL. For example, the following URL embeds a key ("q") and its value ("television") in query string: . 2. To retrieve the value of the key in an ASP.NET page, use the expression: Request.QueryString["q"]. 3. _________ __________ is a property of the Request object, and it gets the collection of all the query-string variables and their values. 54. Server-Side programming: refers to programs that are executed completely on a server and make use of the server's computational resources. Examples: Web applications and Web services. 55. Server-Side State Management: 1. ______ __________ state management uses server resources to store state information. 2. Storing and processing session information on a server increases the server's load and requires additional server resources to serve the Web pages. 3. ASP.NET supports __________ __________ state management at two levels: Session State Application State 4. ______ __________ ___________ ____________techniques such as session state and application state use server resources for state management 56. Session State: 1. An ASP.NET application creates a unique session for each user who sends a request to the application. 2. ___________ ________ can be used for temporarily store user data such as shopping cart contents. 3. Reading from session: if (Session["Name"] != null) { / additional code here / } 4. Writing to session: Session.Add("Name", TextBox1.Text); 57. SOAP: 1. SOAP is the protocol that defines how remote computers exchange messages as part of a Web service communication. 2. Message format: XML a. XML is easier for otherwise non compatible systems to understand. 3. Message transmission: HTTP a. HTTP, they can normally reach any machine on the Internet without being blocked by firewalls. 4. is the protocol that defines how remote computers exchange messages as part of Web service communication. SOAP relies on XML for its message format and uses HTTP for message transmission 58. State Management: 1. The state of a Web page is made up of the values of the various variables and controls. 2. ___________ __________ is the process of preserving the state of a Web page across multiple trips between browser and server.
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  • Spring '16
  • Antin
  • Web page, World Wide Web, Web server, Web browser

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