Last post Mar 28, 2015 06:21 AM by Ruchira
Mar 27, 2015 03:58 AM|gobibakyaraj|LINK
Explain about server side script and client side script...
Mar 27, 2015 05:19 AM|vahid bakkhi|LINK
The Server is responsible for serving the web pages depending on the client/end user requirement. It can be either static or dynamic.
A client is a party that requests pages from the server and displays them to the end user. In general a client program is a web browser.
Example | Working
We can explain this entire mechanism using the following:
Programming | Server-side
Server-side programming can be explained as:
It is the general name for the kind of program that runs directly on the server.
Or we can say that server-side programming must deal with dynamic content. It runs on the server. Most web pages are not static since they deal with searching databases.
Server-side | Uses
Server-side | Languages Example
There are several languages that can be used for server-side programming:
Ruby on Rails and so on.
Server-side | Ref. Example
// This is a sample C# code.
public static void Main()
System.Console.WriteLine(“Hello C# Corner”);
// printing a line
Programming | Client-side
Similarly to server-side programming, client-side programming is also the name of the entire program that runs on the client.
Client-side | Uses
Makes interactive web pages
Make stuffs work dynamically
Interact with temporary storage
Works as an interface between user and server
Sends requests to the server
Retrieval of data from Server
Interact with local storage
Provides remote access for client server program
Client-side | Languages Example
There are many client-side scripting languages too.
(Some other languages also can be used on the basis of the modeling/designing /graphics/animations and for extra functionalities.)
Client-side | Ref. Example
// sample HTML code
<title>Client Side </title>
Hello C# Corner
Mar 27, 2015 05:21 AM|vahid bakkhi|LINK
Server side refers to the application on the web server which delivers the web page content.
Mar 28, 2015 02:27 AM|Fei Han - MSFT|LINK
Thanks for your post.
You could refer to those links to learn about “Client-side scripting” and “Server-side scripting”.
Mar 28, 2015 06:21 AM|Ruchira|LINK
Since you asked this in SignalR forums, I believe what you are asking is actually in SignalR context.
SignalR Hub (Server side) - http://www.asp.net/signalr/overview/guide-to-the-api/hubs-api-guide-server
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