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  • The static environment
    • HTML pages
    • Only need a client, a server and the internet
  • The dynamic environment
    • Additional resources are needed in order to work with a database
    • A web server cannot directly communicate with a database
    • You need to use a server-side language to work with a database
    • The server-side language communicates with the database

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  • Intro 0:00
  • CMairsCreate 0:15
    • Find This Under Resources
  • Static Web Page Request Process 0:35
    • Browser Reads Webpages
    • Web Server
    • So What Happens?
    • A Static Page
  • Dynamic Web Page Process 2:24
    • Server-Side Language
    • Client Requests A Page Not HTML
    • Application Server
    • Five Languages
    • Why Do We Need a Server-Side Language?
  • This Course Will Focus on Static Page Requests 5:06