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5answers
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Can PHP handle mouse events? [closed]

I'm a newbie in php and i want to know if php can handle mouse events such as upon mouseCicked, mouseDoubleClicked, mouseMoved, mouseHovered etc.. And can events like button click , like displaying ...
3
votes
1answer
651 views

Should website frontends be rendered in client-side or server-side?

I've been talking to a colleague that comes from AS3 to the HTML world. He has created a small website (there are apparently no dynamic contents) following the no-flash rules for his very first time, ...
31
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2answers
103k views

What are the difference between server-side and client-side programming?

I've seen questions (mainly on Stack Overflow), which lack this basic knowledge. The point of this question is to provide good information for those seeking it, and those referencing to it. ...
0
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3answers
238 views

Technology Choice for a Client Application [closed]

Not sure this is the right place to ask... I'm involved in the development of a new system, and now we are passing the demos stage. We need to build a proper client application. The platform we care ...
3
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2answers
548 views

Structure of a single page app

I'm looking to develop a one page app, and will likely be using node.js for my server side coding. I'm trying to get some advice regards the client-side coding. While i realise that something like ...
6
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11answers
590 views

What determines when a computer is considered a “client”?

In web development the terms "server" and "client" are often refered to when discussing how pages are requested on the web. It is also used exstensively when talking about PC, phone, tablets, etc. The ...