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Web Developer Resource Index: Clients

The WWW, and the Internet in general, is based on the Client-server, or network architecture programming model. A client is a user program that connects with a remote server over the network, makes a request, and the server responds with data and can perform much of the application processing.

Examples of clients include browsers, FTP and email applications, chat programs and so on. Clients may also perform application processing, for instance when a browser runs a Java applet or some JavaScript code, this is said to be done on the “client-side.”

Updated: Wednesday, October 29th, 2008 @ 1:53 AM EDT

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