From: optimistx on 25 Nov 2009 03:51
>> is loaded to and executed in client's computer.
>> 2) The http-server, which is sending the page, does not execute php,
>> does not use ajax, does not use passwords, has sql-files (=the most
>> typical server serving simple pages to clients). http-get-requests
>> are used.
There was a typo in my entry, should be: NO sql- files.
From: Gregor Kofler on 25 Nov 2009 04:33
> There was a typo in my entry, should be: NO sql- files.
Ok. That makes risks pretty negligible. However, now you don't need a
"programmer" anymore. An "author" suffices.