Building Websites that Work the way your business does

  Server-side programming includes Active Server Pages, CGI scripts, ColdFusion, and JavaServer Pages, that allows to develop applications for use on a Web server. These applications serve as middleware, accepting form submissions from the browser and using this information to query databases, interact with mainframe applications, and send e-mails. An HTML page with results is then sent back to the browser.

The choice of server-side language will depend on the Web server and types of applications you require.
  All modern Web sites integrate with live data from databases. These databases may include product specifications, customer data, office addresses, and other valuable information. To achieve this integration, most sites use one of four middleware technologies: ColdFusion, Active Server Pages (ASP), CGI scripts written in Perl, or Java.

GLOSSARY - Key Terms to Understand for Server-Side Programming :

Cookies are pieces of information that are saved by your browser in response to requests from your server-side programs. This information is then submitted whenever a user browses a page on your site, allowing your site to recognize these users and respond with customized information.

Drill Down:
Drill Down is the ability to go deeper and into more detail. For example, if you have a budget on your site, a user might see all the major budget categories and totals. By clicking on the "Travel Expense" category, the user would then see a more specific list of travel costs by department; by clicking on the individual departments, the user could view a list by project or employee.

Form Validation:
Form Validation means checking whether the data entered in a form is in the proper format. Form validation is a vital part of ensuring that only accurate data is submitted to your database. Perl, ASP, ColdFusion, and JSP all have excellent features for validating forms.

Structured Query Language (SQL):
SQL is the primary language your server-side programs will use to issue requests to your database. Stored Procedures: routines for data interaction that are stored inside the database. Writing stored procedures provides a faster and more secure way to interact with your database's data.

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