THE SERVER VS THE CLIENT
Clients are becoming smarter than the server, as client started sharing a load of a server in terms of data validation, processing, memory management, and persistence. Every web development is divided into three major components: the server, the database, and the client. And the client is simply the browser who view and interact with the application.
The server provides the complete solution through a web application which designed using various architecture and framework based and list of design patterns. Whereby clients are using a simple scripting language to provide the solution easily access by a various device like a laptop, mobile, desktop and so on.
Client-end scripts are embedded in a website’s HTML, which is a host on the server in a language that’s compatible with, or compiled to communicate with, the browser. Against the request by a client, Server sends to the browser who temporarily downloads the code and interprets and converts in human-readable format.
Client-side scripting is always evolving—it’s growing faster, simpler and easier to use. As a result, sites are faster, more efficient, and less work is left up to the server.
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