client-side script


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client-side script

A small program that is run on the user's machine. For example, JavaScript scripts are widely used on Web pages that are executed in the client machine. Contrast with server-side script.
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For our IT users, they can quickly develop and customize a capture process with the new client-side script and integrate with third-party applications using Web Services.
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Section 508 suggests that client-side scripts, such as Java and JavaScript, be removed so that older browsers and alternative browsers can be used.
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com alerted subscribers to a problem with IE 5's "download behavior", which lets web page authors download files to be used in client-side scripts.
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The ActiveScripting for Mozilla project will enable developers to create Web pages for users of the Mozilla Web browser that utilize client-side scripts that will run in Mozilla as well as in other Web browsers that support Active Scripting engines, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer.

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