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client-side

Any operation performed at the user's computer. Contrast with server-side.
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Contract notice: Provision of client-side professional services
In the first type, when a consumer has already provided the unambiguous information required for a transaction and intends to proceed with the transaction, he reads an OTP from a "Password-Generation Token" and, within a set time, enters the OTP into his client-side device and transmits it to the system side.
The sixth edition of this comprehensive guide to JavaScript provides updated information on the latest version of the scripting language as well as material covering the integration of the popular client-side scripting language with HTML5.
It offers internal network users efficient protection against client-side attacks.
Red Swoosh has developed client-side technology for supporting the management and distribution of media files in a controlled fashion, respecting the rights restrictions and copyrights of all publishers.
It utilizes a distributed architecture that combines the benefits of client-side agents along with a central repository that encrypts user credentials and manages all the interfaces between the user's computer and applications.
Array Networks' recent product release demonstrates the company is in tune with this dynamic in two important areas: client-side security and scalability.
A typical deployment would involve a client-side caching appliance installed at each remote office and a server-side caching appliance at the data center.
A web-based study guide using JavaScript, a client-side application that can be executed on a student's web browser, can also be very useful.
For example, the client-side program code may be "packaged" within a Web page, or all of the business intelligence may be maintained on the server, lessening the IT and labor costs associated with deployment.
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