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As i see from what you mentioned, difficulty encountered in client side programming can be overcome with careful design of the web pages.

For instance, multiple information that needs to be presented may be captured as mini pages (individual web pages) and included into one page that is actually presented to the viewer.

Thus regulating the necessary back end activity to the respective mini pages. Which inturn modularizes the application and reduces the complexity.


In reply to Re: web-based application or desktop application? by Ananda
in thread web-based application or desktop application? by pg

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