Scripting Language notes BCA Fourth Semester 2024

BCA Fourth Semester Scripting Language notes

Client Side Scripting

Client-side scripting refers to the execution of scripts on the user’s web browser rather than on the server. These scripts are embedded within HTML documents and are executed by the browser. Client-side scripting empowers developers to create responsive and interactive web applications. It enables real-time manipulation of web page elements, validation of user input, and asynchronous communication with the server.

Server Side Scripting with Database connectivity

Server-side scripting refers to the execution of scripts on the server, where the processing of web requests takes place. These scripts generate dynamic content based on user inputs, database queries, and business logic. Server-side scripting plays a vital role in creating dynamic and interactive web applications by handling data processing, user authentication, and business logic on the server side.

What is MySQL ?

MySQL is an open-source relational database management system that allows users to store, organize, and manage data in a structured format. It uses Structured Query Language (SQL) for querying and manipulating data.

Advanced Server Side Scripting

Advanced server-side scripting represents the pinnacle of web development, offering intricate solutions to complex challenges. In this article, we’ll delve into the realm of advanced techniques, security considerations, performance optimization, and emerging trends in server-side scripting.

What is JQuery?

jQuery is a cross-platform JavaScript library designed to simplify client-side scripting by providing a concise and versatile API for DOM manipulation, event handling, AJAX interactions, and animation effects.

What is AJAX?

AJAX is a combination of various web development technologies, including JavaScript, XML (or JSON), HTML, CSS, and server-side scripting languages like PHP or Python. It enables asynchronous communication between the browser and server, enabling updates to specific parts of a web page without reloading the entire page.

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