In this lesson, we’ll introduce the server-side and the client-side and what languages each uses.
We’ll cover the following
So far, we’ve had a high-level overview of how the Internet works, what the web is, how databases work, and what web-servers are. Let’s now get into the basics of coding a website.
The source code of a website can be broken down into two parts: client-side and server-side. The code on the ‘client’ side runs on the client computer’s browser and handles what the website looks like, how it requests data from the server, and how it interacts with temporary and local storage on the client machine.
Server-side programming is used to deliver information that is queried from websites to clients.
Companies like Amazon use server-side programming to assemble seek results for merchandise and make targeted product tips based totally on client possibilities and former buying habits. Banks use server-side programming to save account records and restrict access from unauthorized bills. Social media sites inclusive of Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, use server-side programming to spotlight, share, and control get right of entry to to content material that is relevant to each person. Server-aspect programming includes however is not restricted to,
- Delivering and storing information efficiently
- Providing a custom experience for each user
- Controlling access to content
- Storing session/state information
- Notifying and communicating
- Analyzing data
In the next lesson, we’ll study the basics of HTML.
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