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Easy Web Development with WaveMaker by Edward Callahan

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Client and server communication

Now that we've examined the client and server, we need to better understand the communication between the two. WaveMaker almost exclusively uses the HTTP methods GET and POST. In HTTP, GET is used, as you might suspect even without ever having heard of RFC 2626 (https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc2616), to request, or get, a specific resource. Unless installed as a native application on a mobile device, a WaveMaker web application is loaded via a GET method. From index.html and runtimeLoad.js to the user defined pages and any images used on those images, the applications themselves are loaded into the browser using GET. All service calls, database reads and writes, or otherwise any invocations of a Java service functions, ...

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