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Server Side Coding, on the other hand is the script that does not visually seen on the clients? terminal but it supports the whole program and software.

Server Side Coding

     

Server Side Coding, on the other hand is the script that does not visually seen on the clients’ terminal but it supports the whole program and software. It is stored on the server and there is a need of software support on the server. If there is no software installed on the server, the server-side script cannot run and it will also not support the client-side script. Server-side coding is known as back-end script which is written in many languages that include ASP, ColdFusion, CGI and/or Perl, C Server Scripts, Java, Lotus Domino, PHP, Python, Django, Ruby, Ruby on Rails, Smalltalk Seaside, AIDA/Web, SSJS Server-Side JavaScript, Websphere, .NET and many more.

     

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Posted on: April 3, 2006

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rakesh
April 14, 2011
server side coding

please send me i want know about how it is server side coding
danilo
February 8, 2012
server side coding

let try...
da
February 8, 2012
server side coding

try again...
shilpa patil
May 7, 2013
server coding

hi. we are working with the andriod app we already sent the image from android emulator to server(we using local server) but nt getting the code to receive and store dat image in server pls help me out come this problem provide me code
kalaiyarasi
November 13, 2013
server side code

i want server side sample coding in php..
p.madhavan
August 2, 2012
client and server side coding

very useful tutorials i realy thank u and website developers.
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