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Client Side Server Side
Client Side Server Side
Published: 2011/06/21
Channel: Alexander Halavais
Client-side and Server-side in Web Applications
Client-side and Server-side in Web Applications
Published: 2016/02/21
Channel: Nur Syahirah Mohd Rashidy
Understand Client Side Script and Server Side Script in Hindi/Urdu
Understand Client Side Script and Server Side Script in Hindi/Urdu
Published: 2016/09/16
Channel: vishAcademy
Testing the new client side anticheat for Badlion!
Testing the new client side anticheat for Badlion!
Published: 2017/09/02
Channel: BlueDeww
Why do we need both client side and server side validation
Why do we need both client side and server side validation
Published: 2014/10/28
Channel: kudvenkat
Server Side Scripting vs Client Side Scripting Explained in Hindi
Server Side Scripting vs Client Side Scripting Explained in Hindi
Published: 2017/04/20
Channel: AS Informer
HTML5 Client Side Image Mapping
HTML5 Client Side Image Mapping
Published: 2017/01/29
Channel: WEB Programming
Thinking in Angular1 6 - Why do we need Client Side Frameworks?
Thinking in Angular1 6 - Why do we need Client Side Frameworks?
Published: 2016/09/14
Channel: Java Brains
React Client Side Authentication
React Client Side Authentication
Published: 2017/07/13
Channel: Ben Awad
Server-side vs. Client-side Validation - CompTIA Security+ SY0-401: 4.1
Server-side vs. Client-side Validation - CompTIA Security+ SY0-401: 4.1
Published: 2014/09/14
Channel: Professor Messer
What are the big differences between Node.js and client-side JavaScript?
What are the big differences between Node.js and client-side JavaScript?
Published: 2014/11/06
Channel: Ask A Dev
JavaScript Lesson 19 Client Side Web Storage
JavaScript Lesson 19 Client Side Web Storage
Published: 2016/03/07
Channel: DoingITeasyChannel
Show #38 - Doing onboarding/intro videos and the new client side feature in Basecamp
Show #38 - Doing onboarding/intro videos and the new client side feature in Basecamp
Published: 2015/10/15
Channel: Work In Progress
Client-Side Virtualization - CompTIA A+ 220-902 - 2.2
Client-Side Virtualization - CompTIA A+ 220-902 - 2.2
Published: 2016/02/05
Channel: Professor Messer
Firefox Photon 57.0a1 with GTK 3.0 Client Side Decorations on GNOME 3.26
Firefox Photon 57.0a1 with GTK 3.0 Client Side Decorations on GNOME 3.26
Published: 2017/08/29
Channel: baby WOGUE
Discrepancy of defuser model between client side and server side.
Discrepancy of defuser model between client side and server side.
Published: 2016/01/24
Channel: EmptyEMM
Computer Programming for Beginners | Client VS Server Side Languages | Ep20
Computer Programming for Beginners | Client VS Server Side Languages | Ep20
Published: 2016/11/04
Channel: Avelx
Part1-Projet Taxes  Spring MVC Server Side vs Client Side
Part1-Projet Taxes Spring MVC Server Side vs Client Side
Published: 2017/01/17
Channel: mohamedYoussfi
Client-side gaming hacks
Client-side gaming hacks
Published: 2016/10/14
Channel: Destiny
How to use client-side local storage | lynda.com tutorial
How to use client-side local storage | lynda.com tutorial
Published: 2011/07/25
Channel: LinkedIn Learning Solutions
Arma/DayZ Client Side Hit Detection
Arma/DayZ Client Side Hit Detection
Published: 2017/05/08
Channel: Doug Confere
10 Minecraft Client Side Mods for 1.9
10 Minecraft Client Side Mods for 1.9
Published: 2016/07/15
Channel: lEnderBOSSl !
TechNow Episode 5 | Client-Side Scripting Fundamentals
TechNow Episode 5 | Client-Side Scripting Fundamentals
Published: 2013/05/10
Channel: NOWsupport
Anand Vemuri: Offensive and Defensive Strategies for Client-Side JS Security - JSConf Budapest 2016
Anand Vemuri: Offensive and Defensive Strategies for Client-Side JS Security - JSConf Budapest 2016
Published: 2016/06/16
Channel: JSConf
Part 2  Dev Web MVC Client Side avec AngularJS HTML Bootstrap Mohamed Youssfi
Part 2 Dev Web MVC Client Side avec AngularJS HTML Bootstrap Mohamed Youssfi
Published: 2016/11/27
Channel: mohamedYoussfi
Episode #032 - Client Side Validations
Episode #032 - Client Side Validations
Published: 2016/06/06
Channel: Drifting Ruby
VDI: Server-side vs. Client-side Virtualization
VDI: Server-side vs. Client-side Virtualization
Published: 2013/05/07
Channel: Moka5
Client-Side Protection Against DOM-Based XSS Done Right (tm)
Client-Side Protection Against DOM-Based XSS Done Right (tm)
Published: 2016/08/29
Channel: Black Hat
Forge Networking Authoritative Input and Client Side Prediction
Forge Networking Authoritative Input and Client Side Prediction
Published: 2015/06/19
Channel: BeardedManStudiosInc
Client-side interpolation ("interp") in TF2 and related games
Client-side interpolation ("interp") in TF2 and related games
Published: 2017/04/18
Channel: sigsegv
Spring Cloud Ribbon - Client side Load Balancer
Spring Cloud Ribbon - Client side Load Balancer
Published: 2017/05/31
Channel: priya k
DevExpress Reports in Client-Side Web Apps
DevExpress Reports in Client-Side Web Apps
Published: 2016/08/05
Channel: DevExpress
Marketing Agency or Client Side? - Marketing 101 | Style With Substance
Marketing Agency or Client Side? - Marketing 101 | Style With Substance
Published: 2016/10/23
Channel: Style With Substance
Client Side Consume ASP.NET Web API Server
Client Side Consume ASP.NET Web API Server
Published: 2016/08/02
Channel: Learn Programming
Javascript Programming Tutorial | Client-Side Validation of Forms
Javascript Programming Tutorial | Client-Side Validation of Forms
Published: 2012/12/07
Channel: O'Reilly - Video Training
CNA Essential Skills - Position Client on Side  (4:01)
CNA Essential Skills - Position Client on Side (4:01)
Published: 2012/06/12
Channel: R Mayer
Part 12 - Server Side and Client Side Validation in ASP.NET MVC
Part 12 - Server Side and Client Side Validation in ASP.NET MVC
Published: 2016/11/24
Channel: Technotips - Ashish
Enabling Client side Data Annotation validation in MVC Razor
Enabling Client side Data Annotation validation in MVC Razor
Published: 2015/03/22
Channel: 20Fingers2Brains
AliExpress XSS by bypassing client side filter
AliExpress XSS by bypassing client side filter
Published: 2016/11/21
Channel: Hacker Tamizhan
Scaling Rails Applications: Client-side Caching (Episode #9)
Scaling Rails Applications: Client-side Caching (Episode #9)
Published: 2013/02/25
Channel: Code School
[DST Tutorial] Client-Side Mods you NEED to use!
[DST Tutorial] Client-Side Mods you NEED to use!
Published: 2017/08/23
Channel: Freddo Films
What is CLIENT-SIDE SCRIPTING? What does CLIENT-SIDE SCRIPTING mean?
What is CLIENT-SIDE SCRIPTING? What does CLIENT-SIDE SCRIPTING mean?
Published: 2016/07/28
Channel: The Audiopedia
QnA Friday 2 - How to test client side performance of web pages | Client side performance analysis
QnA Friday 2 - How to test client side performance of web pages | Client side performance analysis
Published: 2017/06/02
Channel: Automation Step-by-Step - Raghav Pal
Client Side MVC and The Gosh Darn Back Button
Client Side MVC and The Gosh Darn Back Button
Published: 2014/01/30
Channel: fitcevents
What Is Client Side Programming Language?
What Is Client Side Programming Language?
Published: 2017/06/20
Channel: SS Business
Client-Side Template Injection with ASP.NET and Angular
Client-Side Template Injection with ASP.NET and Angular
Published: 2016/01/28
Channel: Bill Sempf
19 - ASP.NET Client-side and Server-side Validation
19 - ASP.NET Client-side and Server-side Validation
Published: 2012/06/11
Channel: easyaspnet
Learn How to Build a Modern Web Application with Client Side JavaScript and ASP.NET
Learn How to Build a Modern Web Application with Client Side JavaScript and ASP.NET
Published: 2014/05/20
Channel: TechEd North America
SignalR Tutorial 18 - Coding Our JavaScript (Client Side) - Part 3
SignalR Tutorial 18 - Coding Our JavaScript (Client Side) - Part 3
Published: 2016/08/16
Channel: CalebTheVideoMaker2
Clientside image mapping
Clientside image mapping
Published: 2015/08/19
Channel: Funny and Education
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Client-side refers to operations that are performed by the client in a client–server relationship in a computer network.[1][2][3][4]

General concepts[edit]

Typically, a client is a computer application, such as a web browser, that runs on a user's local computer, smartphone, or other device, and connects to a server as necessary. Operations may be performed client-side because they require access to information or functionality that is available on the client but not on the server, because the user needs to observe the operations or provide input, or because the server lacks the processing power to perform the operations in a timely manner for all of the clients it serves. Additionally, if operations can be performed by the client, without sending data over the network, they may take less time, use less bandwidth, and incur a lesser security risk.

When the server serves data in a commonly used manner, for example according to standard protocols such as HTTP or FTP, users may have their choice of a number of client programs (e.g. most modern web browsers can request and receive data using both HTTP and FTP). In the case of more specialized applications, programmers may write their own server, client, and communications protocol which can only be used with one another.

Programs that run on a user's local computer without ever sending or receiving data over a network are not considered clients, and so the operations of such programs would not be termed client-side operations.

Computer security[edit]

In a computer security context, client-side vulnerabilities or attacks refer to those that occur on the client / user's computer system, rather than on the server side, or in between the two. As an example, if a server contained an encrypted file or message which could only be decrypted using a key housed on the user's computer system, a client-side attack would normally be an attacker's only opportunity to gain access to the decrypted contents. For instance, the attacker might cause malware to be installed on the client system which allowed the attacker to view the user's screen, record the user's keystrokes, steal copies of the user's encryption keys, etc. Alternatively, an attacker might employ cross-site scripting vulnerabilities in order to execute malicious code on the client's system without needing to install any permanently resident malware.[2][3][4]

Examples[edit]

Distributed computing projects such as SETI@home and the Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search, as well as Internet-dependent applications like Google Earth, rely primarily on client-side operations. They initiate a connection with the server (either in response to a user query, as with Google Earth, or in an automated fashion, as with SETI@home), and request some data. The server selects a data set (a server-side operation) and sends it back to the client. The client then analyzes the data (a client-side operation), and, when the analysis is complete, displays it to the user (as with Google Earth) and/or transmits the results of calculations back to the server (as with SETI@home).

In the context of the World Wide Web, commonly encountered computer languages which are evaluated or run on the client side include:[1]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "What are the differences between server-side and client-side programming?". softwareengineering.stackexchange.com. Retrieved 2016-12-13. 
  2. ^ a b Lehtinen, Rick; Russell, Deborah; Gangemi, G. T. (2006). Computer Security Basics (2nd ed.). O'Reilly Media. ISBN 9780596006693. Retrieved 2017-07-07. 
  3. ^ a b JS (2015-10-15). "Week 4: Is There a Difference between Client Side and Server Side?". n3tweb.wordpress.com. Retrieved 2017-07-07. 
  4. ^ a b Espinosa, Christian (2016-04-23). "Decoding the Hack" (PDF). alpinesecurity.com. Retrieved 2017-07-07. 


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