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What is server side web programming?

What is client side web programming?
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Here is a good page that describes them both with some minor examples:

http://websiteowner.info/articles/cgi/whichside.asp
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For your need on Serverside web programming see
http://www.sosign.com/Web-applications.html and
http://dret.net/lectures/services-fall06/serverside
http://www.developmentindia.com/clientserver.shtml

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A Web application may be a software accessible with the HTTP protocol from a Web browser. It can also be a software accessible from any other network protocol. In fact, what defines a Web application isnt the technology it is based on, but rather its use, or its purpose. The most appropriate technology should only be chosen after the entire project evaluation.
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Transaction Monitoring Vs. Real User Monitoring

Synthetic Transaction Monitoring Vs. Real User Monitoring: When To Use Each Approach? In this article, we will discuss two major monitoring approaches: Synthetic Transaction and Real User Monitoring.

 
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Very simple,

Server Side = Needs Web Server to run the scripting. i.e all the scripts will run on the Web Server Configured.

ex, PHP , ASP.NET, JSP, ASP, ColdFusion on the respective web servers like Apache, IIS, Tomcat

Client Side = Does not need Server... which will run on the client side ... i.e Browser plays main role to run on the script...
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by:akiles99
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Hello logudotcom,

Exactly i'm looking for this simple explanation.

Thanks,
akiles
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Thanks:)
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by:Loganathan Natarajan
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Cheers , thanks for the comment.

Client side programming includes mixes of HTML + Javascript, VBScript ... which runs on with minimum browser
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