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Client-Side Scripting vs. Server-Side

Client-Side scripting vs. Server-side scripting
Before a project starts, one must consider the financial situation and the available resources given.Once determined, planning and implementation of the project can be underway as well as consideration of other design criteria.The general concern of any project is how one strives to reduce operation expenses and resources.In one specific area, in deciding whether to use client side scripting instead of server side scripting, one needs to know what kind of resources are available.Client side scripting reduces the resources requirement for a server as opposed to server side scripting.This in term, speeds up the process of operation and save resources used by the server.
Client-side processing reduces server load and provides faster feedback to the page visitor.It allows users to obtain resources from the Internet and still take advantage of their own computer’s power to process data in real-time.By using client-side scripting, one speeds up the process and reduces resources needed by the server.
Server-side scripting involves embedding scripting commands inside the HTML file. These scripting commands are interpreted and executed by a scripting engine built into the web server. What gets sent back down to the web browser is the HTML originally in the file, plus any HTML dynamically generated by the embedded scripting commands. In this case, the server needs to do extra processes, which slows down the response time as the number of users increases.
The e-commerce system that I have designed is served as an employee profile entry form, which stores employee information. The form is designed so that it is easy to understand and is targeted to users who are not familiar with technology.For this reason, labels are use as well as direction under each field.Dynamic html is used in the menu bar as well as each label in the form fields.Once the mouse pointer hi