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Occurring on the server side of a client-server system. For example, on the World Wide Web, CGI scripts are server-side applications because they run on the Web server. In contrast, JavaScript scripts are client-side because they are executed by your browser (the client). Java applets can be either server-side or client-side depending on which computer (the server or the client) executes them.



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Outstanding Page Servlet Central
Home page of Servlet Central, an online magazine focusing on server-side Java technologies. Offers in-depth articles, news items, regular columns, and an extensive collection of related sites.

  Netscape's server-side Java API - article
NetscapeWorld article (June 1997) describing, in detail, the eight classes associated with Netscape's server-side Java API. Updated on Apr 10, 1998

  Server-side applets - article
NetscapeWorld article (June 1997) on how to customize the way the server handles server-side applets. It describes how to change the server-side applet prefix, applet directory and classpath. Updated on Apr 10, 1998

  Web Development Tutorials
Contains a collection of client- and server-side development tutorials. Subjects covered include Java, JavaScript, HTML frames, PERL and ISAPI extensions. Updated on Jul 31, 1998

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