In this lecture, our instructor, Candyce Mairs, discusses the client server environment. She includes a web server example, discusses the browser environment, and gives a summary of client server environments.
The web environment is referenced as a client-server environment
The client is the browser on the user's machine
The server references web server software residing on a computer
A page request comes in to the web server from the internet
The web server awaits incoming web page requests
Once a request is received, the web server sends back the page that was requested
The web server does not maintain information on what pages were requested
If you want to be able to gather information about your site visitors, you need to install additional analytic software onto your web server that would gather & store the statistics
Client Server Environment
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