Chapter 4. Working with Web Parts
In this chapter:
Web applications have a lot going for them. For example, they can be run on a large number of diverse clients. A particular Web application might run on a PC, a Macintosh computer, a Pocket PC, or, in many cases, all of these environments. The user experience might not always be perfect on all devices, but often it is good enough.
Web applications can also be run remotely by users who are not at the location of the actual application. The exact location of the server that houses the application is of virtually no consequence to users of the application. Whether the ...