Chapter 5 JavaScript on the Server-Side

So far, you have taken an in-depth look into the JavaScript language. You have examined some of the functionality JavaScript has and some of its applications. The remaining chapters will discuss how to approach JavaScript as a programming language, and how to maximize your coding efforts by understanding the environments in which it is interpreted.

In addition to applying JavaScript on the client-side, there is also server-side usage. This feature, which is implemented in Netscape and iPlanet’s Enterprise line of servers and within Microsoft’s ASP environment in their Internet Information Server (IIS) servers, allows developers to build robust Web-based applications. The use of these Web-based programs ...

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