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Can we consider a clients interaction with a web server to be stateful if the web server maintains state via session variables or cookies?

A little confused with the notion of stateful/stateless architectures. Forgive me if I'm unclear. Questions: Can we consider a clients interaction with a web server to be stateful if the web server ...
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Corporate website design [closed]

We are redesigning our corporate website with the following functions: we want to give the marketing users flexibility and freedom to add new static pages, change the static pages or contents of ...
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2answers
229 views

How much time should jquery wait?

I'm programming a jQuery functionality for doing a search on articles while the user is typing in the search field. I implemented a bind in jQuery that at every keyup, it sets a clearTimeout and a ...
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409 views

How to edit the HTML of an ASP.net site?

Assume that I'm a front-end developer (HTML, CSS) And some one who got their website built using ASP.NET came to me and asked for a new design and I don't know about ASP.NET. Then, how can I change ...
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How can web development bootcamps deliver on their promise? [closed]

I came across the concept of web development bootcamps, these 9-10 week intensive crash courses claim to teach beginners web development and help them get 80k starting salary jobs. Many of you might ...
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164 views

Sleeping Web Server?

Are there any languages or even servers that instead of running a script on page load, (Apache/PHP, Ruby on Rails, ...) actually keep the code loaded and running forever, and when it receives a ...
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1answer
201 views

Not sure how to study Web programming [closed]

Hello everyone and thank you for your time :) So I'm a 17 portuguese boy and I'm thinking about starting a website, but because I don't have much money I decided I'd need to learn how to do it ...
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1answer
217 views

What must one know when approaching web development? [duplicate]

I just started working as a novice Web Developer. I know PHP pretty well, as well as some basic jQuery. Anyway, my boss told me I should explore and learn about MVC, Memcache, Design Patterns, how ...
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1answer
883 views

Simple way to deploy Winform application to website

First of all, I know there is no perfect answer to my question. It is a bit personnal, but I'm sure many programmers face the same dilemma when they get from regular desktop applications to ...
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Deploy PHP project without giving away the source code?

I am working on developing range of web based software solutions. But the problem is that for some clients we need to deploy the applications in their local intranet. In such a situation I have to ...
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3answers
481 views

How do I convince manager to move me from services/support team to development? [closed]

I joined a company a few months ago as a Java developer. I like doing coding and it makes me happy. After my Java training I was put into services/support project. There is no coding in this team. ...
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2answers
14k views

what are the main differences between a web server and application server? [closed]

I am new to web development and just started exploring the things. I read about how web page is processed and sent to client by a web server but I got confused with application server. what is the ...
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1answer
212 views

How is the DOM language independent?

Quoting from Wikipedia The Document Object Model (DOM) is a cross-platform and language-independent convention for representing and interacting with objects in HTML, XHTML and XML documents. and ...
4
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2answers
127 views

Is it my responsibility to code for errors on a completely separate website and domain when redirecting or doing a single sign on? [closed]

If my application is responsible for redirecting/doing a single sign on to a destination managed by a third party, in general, where should I draw the line for error handling during this process? If ...
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651 views

Technology/Techniques to prevent offensive images on a website

I am planing to build a website which one of its main features is the usage of pictures. I was wondering what existing techniques are used to prevent offensive pictures (i.e pornography) to get loaded ...
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6answers
2k views

Managing a website with version control?

The small website I built a long time ago is starting to pick up a little and I'm starting to run into problems with making changes. Originally, all the pages were .html and I would edit and test them ...
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1answer
191 views

Protecting your interests as a freelance web designer

What is the best way to protect your interests as a freelance web designer when: The client is unresponsive and takes a long time to make decisions The client makes constant changes Feature creep
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4answers
3k views

JavaScript Multi Threading

Well these days JavaScript is main player in all web development technologies , on client side for making user interface better, client side logic, on some web servers as server side logic also Add ...
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1answer
948 views

python login form vulnerability?

<HTML> <HEAD><TITLE>Login Page</TITLE></HEAD> <BODY> <CENTER> <FORM method="POST" action="http://yourserver/cgi-bin/login.py"> <paragraph> Enter ...
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217 views

What web frameworks are capable of loading other web apps at runtime? [closed]

I am not sure how to phrase this, but in asp.net there is the notion of a "web application" that is fundamentally just a DLL that the web server loads. It has the ability to dynamically discover and ...
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6answers
866 views

Starting off with web dev with php [closed]

I'm currently working with Java / C++. I'm interested in web development and am planning to shift my stream. I heard that PHP is a good platform to start off and also it does not require that much of ...
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3answers
990 views

How to learn to become a web developer? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What should a developer know before building a public web site? I have been working in telecommunication companies for more than 3 years, and now I want to try to become ...
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4answers
2k views

Can you write a (dynamic) website using only XHTML and CSS?

I am more of a desktop developer that a web developer. Therefore I only know XHTML and CSS when it comes to the web (and C#, if that is in any way useful). I have a little experience with ASP.NET with ...
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2answers
306 views

Watermarking an image with the text given as input [closed]

I want to create a simple web app where I can drag an image in, and watermark the corner with the given text. Where should I start for something like this? I have knowledge in Java and Ruby.
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1answer
260 views

Web development for an otherwise widely experienced programmer? [closed]

I have been [hobby] programming for years now and know several languages including Objective-C, Java, C#, Python, C, and C++ well. I understand many programming patterns and have used several ...
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7answers
365 views

Is it legal or good idea to have a backup of all client sites on my own server

I have seen many times that if we build a website for a client then there is a possibility that this site gets changed over a period of time. I was thinking that from now onwards whichever site I ...
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4answers
1k views

Are there any limitations of an idealistic HTML5 web application

Let's assume the following two assumptions are true. Your entire userbase has broadband access everywhere There is an imaginary browser X that implements the entire draft specification of the HTML5 ...
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5answers
898 views

Good at Backend, but bad at front end

I want to start web development, I have been learning php. I have experience in Java, Python, and C++ This experience has made me good at the back end side of web development. But I am terrible at ...
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is GAE an infrastructure capable of hosting an app used by millions of active users?

I would like to know with the restrictions of GAE listed below, is it even possible to build a great social app (like Facebook) by hosting that app on GAE? In other words is GAE an infrastructure ...
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1answer
343 views

What is a good tag management system?

I work for a publishing company where we have to track converts, etc. Suffice to say we have tags for different areas of the world, and the list can get very large. We need to find a systemt that can ...
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2answers
2k views

Steps in creating a Complex Web Application

Hey guys I have this great idea for a web application, but I am unsure on how to develop it. I know I need a team of people to make it, Developers and Designers, but where do I start? Eventually I ...
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5answers
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Applying RESTful design to an entire website?

This all may come across very newbish, but I'm trying to wrap my head around designing a website that is thoroughly RESTful. I understand applying RESTful design to things like Users, Photos, Blog ...
0
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1answer
420 views

Which is the best Software to Create a Social Networking Community with CMS Software?

Please take a look at the several options listed in the following link: ...
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1answer
108 views

When does one NO longer need to RENEW his Commercial off the shelf products (COTS) License?

Let's assume that someone buys "off the shelf" a Social Network (License) with all the core social network features needed, for a one off payment of 500$, and then a renewal fee of 250$ per each ...
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Please guide this self-taught Web Developer [duplicate]

One of the major regrets in life is that I didn't do something with my introversion. I didn't manage to get past the first year of college because of that. I have chosen the path where there are no ...
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3answers
601 views

How to make an app more intuitive? [closed]

In the industry, there are few standard checklists on how to make a web application more : Scalable Easy to understand/maintain Perform better Robust etc. etc. Are there any standard checklists ...
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6answers
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Which to choose, procedural programming or object - oriented programming? [closed]

I want to build a website that runs e-commerce (C2C), thus I want to ask which programming approach is more appropriate and advanced in terms of website's functionality?