Web Programming

Most of Elsolutions' network programming will fall under the discipline called Web programming. This is not easy stuff. Mixing the latest tools with a little education greases the skids mightily. The basic concept is that the two-tier model of client-server programming of the 1990s has been extended to a three-tier or even n-tier model of the new millennium. The client role becomes that of a remote networked presentation layer. The data tier, or persistence layer, is the backend data store. The application model resides in the middle tier. It is, in effect, a shared proxy two-tier client to the data store service. The actual clients share this proxy client, or middle tier. It isn't quite that clear-cut, however. Parts of the application ...

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