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Terminology

As with any other field of human endeavor, Web applications come with a lexicon of jargon. The rest of this chapter is devoted to explaining some of this jargon, as well as putting it into the context of the three-tiered architecture—particularly the middleware and data layer portions.

Server-Side Scripting

If you've done any JavaScript coding, you understand client-side scripting. Client-side scripting is handled by a visitor's Web browser and can be different depending on the browser they're using. You know that, in some cases, you have to put in certain checks to make sure your code will work in Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator.


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