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Chapter 3. Server-Side JavaScript

So far, you have taken an in-depth look into the JavaScript language. You have examined some of the functionality JavaScript has and some of its applications. The following chapters will discuss how to approach JavaScript as a programming language, and how to maximize your coding efforts by understanding the environments in which it is interpreted.

In addition to applying JavaScript on the client-side, there is also server-side usage. This feature, which is implemented in Netscape's Enterprise line of servers, allows developers to build robust Web-based applications. The use of these Web-based programs can be limitless, but is most commonly used to maintain user sessions and interact with databases.


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