It refers to client-server model where service requester is called client.

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Run App on server view on client

I have been looking for a way for the last couple of months to run an application on my server while viewing on client. The main reasons for this is that the software needs to be updated regularly and ...
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Software architecture confusion App-Server/Client

i have a question about the following software architecture: So, there is one database, an app server, which provide a restful service, a client and a framework, used by the app server and the ...
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An embedded C developer wishing to interface some code with a web page

Okay, so as the title says, I'm an embedded C/C++ developer. Right now, I'm working on a project that involves a client/server C application. The server side of the application is running on ...
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Return message to Android client from java Server via tcp sockets [migrated]

I am a beginner in Android with intermediate Java programming skills. I am also just learning socket communication. I am trying to make a very simple client/server connection. I have Android app as a ...
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Node.js, Client side web cache

So, I am not expert at Node.js, but from what I was looking at with Node.js it seems possible. I am trying to cache data (A and B below) on the client (client 1 below) so that I can get that data on ...
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Custom mobile app and custom server app [duplicate]

I have this little bit simple and general question. Let's say I build an android app which requires an online server to communicate with. The thing is that I want to make the communication on my own ( ...
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How to handle a large amount of authenticated clients

I currently have made a multithreaded server in c++ for windows, where each connected client gets a thread to themselves which stays running until the client's socket is closed. When a client ...
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Client and I don't know each other - any tips on ensuring client won't run off w/o paying? [closed]

I'm in college. I've taken to finding badly coded websites, e-mailing the owners and telling them I can fix it in exchange for Paypal money. I just completed one of these little fixes for a site, and ...
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What's best for a client library: userland code or schema files?

I'm building a client library that consumes a collection of OpenStack API services. I know that as time goes on more services will be added - so I want to come up with a clean and neat way of ...
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What kind of webservice can be called with just a browser url?

Can a webservice be written in such a way that it can be called via just a browser url? For eg. if the webservice is called GetStockQuote, then it should be callable by the following url on the ...
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When is the private key given to the client? [closed]

http://www.thebuzzmedia.com/designing-a-secure-rest-api-without-oauth-authentication/ I've been reading the article and I haven't really grasped it yet. When is the private key given to the client? ...
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How to assure client that we will complete our project and won't run away with the money [closed]

I have decided to work as a freelancer. I have developed a software and have successfully given the presentation demo. The client liked it and has agreed to implement the project in his organisation. ...
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Make an app that communicates with an app on a server over wifi [closed]

This is a very broad question, and I'm just looking for a pointer in the right direction more than a specific answer, but it's something I've always wondered and never known. Lets say I have a ...
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constants/enums in API

What are a few ways constants and enums are dealt with when creating an API Client? I'm writing a client in python for our API and I've hit a sticking point with this. We use a lot of mappings to ...
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A Server sending data to be processed to clients [closed]

About a year ago I had an idea in mind which was using my friends computers to help me process my data, so I programmed a socket server application with boost::asio, and gave the client part of it to ...
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How to get requirements from Non-technical client? [closed]

I’ve working as a software engineer for last 4 years. Throughout my small experience I worked for IT organizations, where we had separate role of project manager, analyst, quality engineer and ...
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Should we be completely honest to our clients about a time frame for a project?

I have been having this experience for sometime now, when a client needs a software product and contacts me, the client usually wants to know the time frame on which this product will be accomplished. ...
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The right place to embed a parser : Server or the Client?

I'm writing a database management software. It has a client-server architecture where the server has the piece of code to store and retrieve. The client has to get the input from the user, connects to ...
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Building a strong robust client-server system

I need some help with regards to implement a pre-designed system that has 4 components and several constraints. I've spent approximately 50 hours trying to determine the best way to build this system; ...
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How to architect a P2P application

[Moved here at the suggestion of SO users (10k SO+)] I'd like to develop a peer-to-peer application. While I have a lot of experience in LOB apps, I'm new to the P2P arena. I've got a rough idea of ...
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Should I re-download my server data after each change?

I have a simple DB editor that sits on the client. When I make changes via the editor, should I re-get all my data, as some of it is changed, or can I just do a check to make sure the procedure ran ...
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Which .NET technology would work as an improvement for this client/server application?

I am helping a friend with his rewrite of his .NET application, currently using WinForms + sockets, which is a client/server program that currently has on average ~120 concurrent users (sending ...
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What to do when a client asks for something unreasonable (from my point of view)

I'm a freelance programmer and recently I finished a website, it all works fine but there was one user that complained to my client that he couldn't log in. This problem was clearly a ...
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Would you refactor this and if so, would you charge your client?

I am working on a freelance job at home. The client wants me to write some new functionality for his CMS, but it is taking me a lot of time to figure out what the code is doing, because it is written ...
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AGPL License - does it apply in this scenario?

There is an AGPLv3 based software (Client) that makes web service calls (using SOAP) to another software (Server - commercial, cloud based). There is no common code or any connection whatsoever ...
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Should I Use WCF For My Purpose?

I wrote two programs that server and client can connect to each other (one program for server and another for client) with their IP addresses (socket programming). Now I want to modify it so that if ...
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Ambiguous program requirements

it seems that most of the programming exercises that I am currently doing, are a little bit ambiguous when it comes to specifying what should I do. When programmers work with clients, are the clients ...
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What to do when client have unrealistic expectations? [closed]

I've been working on a project for the past six months at a client site since they require data confidentiality and didn't want us to work at our own office. When I showed up alone to this client ...
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How do you convince the client their application's backend needs a rewrite?

I have been supporting a LOB winforms application for a client the last 3 years. The application is built with a simple monolithic architecture and uses .NET 2.0. The application is a core part of ...
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Security using jsonp

I'm writing an app that will make available a set of api functions that require cross site scripting to work. I'll be utilizing jsonp which will allow other developers to consume these services for ...