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mary (1) [Avatar] Offline
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Hello,

could you write me please when can i use the client-side Framework.

you have written in the book that we can use server-side Framework if we want that the server generates the client-code, could you tell me please what do you mean exactly?

The figure 2.1 in the book shows that i need for an Ajax-Application always a serverside Framework (thin Client), because the client gets its data from the server. Did i understand the figure correct?

thank you.

Best Regards,
Mary
Pascarello (208) [Avatar] Offline
#2
Re: difference between client and server-side Framework
We can use server-side Framework if we want that the server generates the client-code, could you tell me please what do you mean exactly?

Well if you look at something like GWT (Google Web Toolkit), that writes out all of the clientside code from the server. It is serverside code that writes out the client code.

The webserver block can be a hard coded document (XML, Text files, HTML, etc) or a serverside generated document (aspx, jsp, asp, do). In most cases you will be using the server to server up dynamic content.

Eric