client-side script

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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They can also call client-side script on the page change event of GridWeb control.
Nearly 10% of all the software vulnerabilities found were so called cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities that enable attackers to modify router configuration in order to be able to run a forged client-side script.
There are other types of computer security vulnerability typically found in web applications which enable malicious attackers to inject client-side script into web space used by other users.
"Basic" may be disingenuous given the complexity of navigating and identifying data on the Web, de-constructing conditional logic in client-side script or understanding changes in a Web page that have invalidated a robot's programming.
When evaluating client-side anti-ad blocking technologies, you should also determine compatibility with existing ad servers, and whether the technology enables client-side scripts to deliver the viewability statistics, bidding, and interactivity required for premium add units.
In 2011, computer security researchers discovered the existence of so-called "supercookies" and "zombie" cookies--cookies embedded in Adobe Flash or in client-side scripts that can be "respawned" after they're deleted.
In general, the user interface of a web application is developed using web technologies (Hypertext Markup Language--HTML, Cascading Style Sheets--CSS, client-side scripts and server-side scripts) and can be accessed by the end-users through a web browser (Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Microsoft Internet Explorer etc).
We decided at the outset to develop a system that was primarily a server-based application with the addition of JavaScript client-side scripts to make the system easier to use.
HTML pages incorporate HTML and client-side scripts; however, no server-side processing is performed.
* Third-generation languages like Java, C++, C or VB, combined with server-side and client-side scripts.
Earlier this week Berkeley, California-based Bigfix.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. Web sites are only supposed to be able to download files that reside in their own domains.
"All current HTML5 live streaming solutions require client-side scripts," Vietor says, "but a proper media server can work without those."

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