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What is the difference between client side and server side programming? First of clientside is used on the user’s computer and server-side is used on a server. Client-side
programming makes interactive webpages, and sends request to server and fetches data from
it. Advantage of client-side is fast response time, more interactive app and less overhang on
web server. Best suited for when you need to make quick changes to page elements, you don’t
have to contact the database. Common examples of client side scripting language are
amount of time and effort put into compiling the code. Server-side like mentioned before is
used on server to create dynamic pages based on condition set when the browser makes a
request to the server. Examples of server-side programming are validating user, saving and
fetching data, and navigating to other pages. Disadvantage of server-side is page post back; it
can introduce processing overhang that can damage performance and wait for the user for the
page to load. Once it is posted back to server, client must wait for server to process request and
finally get it back to client. PHP. ASP.Net are languages used for server-side programming. In
conclusion if script runs on server before sending response, its server-side. If script does work in
browser on client computer after response is received, its client-side.