Chapter 4 - Software Development
Terms in this set (15)
cascading style sheets (CSS)
enable you to store a Web page's style and formatting information separate from the HTML code.
refers to programs that execute completely on a user's local computer.
client-side state management
use HTML code and the capabilities of the Web browser to store state information on the client computer.
stored on a Web server.
Web server for hosting Web applications on
the Windows operating system.
a client-side scripting language that runs inside Web browsers to help create far more interactive Web pages than are possible with only HTML.
Simple Object Access
the protocol for exchanging structured information in a Web service communication between two remote computers
refers to programs that are executed completely
on a server and make use of the server's computational resources
uses server resources to store state information.
the process of maintaining state for a Web page across round-trips.
an alias that maps to a physical directory on the Web server.
involves setting up a Web server with correct code files and settings so that remote users can successfully access a Web application.
a way to interact with programming objects located on remote computers.
Web service description
Describes the service methods as messages
a container of applications and virtual directories.