client-based application

client-based application

[′klī·ənt ‚bāst ‚ap·lə¦kā·shən]
(computer science)
An application that runs on a work station or personal computer in a network and is not available to others in the network.
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Intended for experienced developers, this guide explains the data types and object-oriented features of the C# language, the base class libraries in the .NET environment, the ADO.NET object model, building client-based application with Windows Forms, ASP.NET, and XML web services.
Through the release of Comet Tracker, Actsoft became one of the first Nextel Preferred Data Partners with the only client-based application on the market.
DHL Connect is a free client-based application that creates all the necessary export documentation and makes the use more convenient.
Depending on where the adaptive application logic resides, the approaches of application-aware adaptation can be divided into the following categories: client-based application adaptation, client-server application adaptation, and proxy-based application adaptation.
Also, the server software can be modified as needed without having to alter the client-based application code.
Traditional server and client-based applications will be migrated to a software-as-a-service model and cloud computing.
The integration of SAS and Microsoft AD FS offers IT organizations an easy to implement and fully automated authentication-as-a-service solution that helps provide secure user access to Office 365 applications, as well as other Microsoft client-based applications, through the identities provisioned by the IT department in Active Directory.
Over time, Mercy's IT infrastructure evolved into a vast and growing PC network that provided access to various healthcare information systems and also the Internet, e-mail, several dozen client-based applications and many new Web-based clinical applications.
Another advantage that a server-based product like GFI MailEssentials 8 has over client-based applications is that it can protect the mail server's message stores from clogging up with spam.