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Inside JavaScript by Steven Holzner

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Chapter 24. .NET and Security

.NET and Security

In this chapter, we’ll take a look at the server-side of things. JavaScript is great in the browser, but it’s also used to communicate to the server. For example, we’ve been using HTML forms to support the HTML controls we use in JavaScript, but those forms were originally intended to send data back to the server. Here, we’ll see how to work with data when it is sent back to the server.

There are plenty of ways to install your code on the server. In this chapter, we’ll take a look at two of those ways: Microsoft’s .NET initiative; and Perl (which stands for Practical Extraction and Reporting Language), one of the most ...

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