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Building Web Applications with UML by Jim Conallen

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Scripting

The most common scripting technology available in browsers today is JavaScript.[6] JavaScript, one part of the whole Java technology revolution, is an implementation of a scripting language that has its roots in the Java programming language. JavaScript was intended to be easier to learn and use than Java, since the first users of JavaScript would be interested mainly in enhancing user interfaces and would have more of an authoring background than a programming one.

[6] Microsoft's Internet Explorer also allows the use of VBScript as a client-side scripting language; however, the vast majority of client scripts continue to be written with JavaScript.

The JavaScript language resembles Java but does not have Java's static typing and strong ...

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