Client-side role of forms

Client-side role of forms

Forms support the client side of the client-server relationship. When a visitor enters information into a form displayed in a web browser (the client) and clicks the submit button, the information is sent to the server where a server-side script or application processes it. Common server-side technologies used for processing form data include Macromedia ColdFusion, Microsoft Active Server Pages (ASP), and PHP. The server responds by sending requested information back to the user (or client), or performing some action based on the form’s contents.

The following figure illustrates the process of capturing information in a form, and processing the entered data using an application server.



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