What is the distinction between client-side and server-side scripting?

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  • Emerson Abby
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    Which server-side language is the quickest?​

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  • Aaron Martin
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    In comparison to server-side scripts, client scripts do not give as much security.

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  • Hallie Russell
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    The difference is as follows:
    1. Client- script:
    a. It is executed on the client-side or web browser.
    b. HTML, CSS, JavaScript are used.
    2. Server- script:
    a. It is executed on the back end of the web server.
    b. PHP, Python, Java, Ruby and ASP.NET are used.

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  • Clara Smith
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    Server-side scripting languages are programming languages designed to create HTML pages (or Web pages) on the server. Special libraries are frequently included with these languages to make generating HTML pages easier.
    A client-side script is a program running in the browser of the user. These scripts are tiny scripts that the browser downloads, compiles, and executes. JavaScript is a popular client-side scripting language that's utilized on a lot of dynamic websites.

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  • Emerson Abby
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    I would be interested in knowing what is scripting?

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  • What is the distinction between client-side and server-side scripting?

    What’s the difference between the two scriptings?
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