Web Technology by Akshi Kumar download in iPad, ePub, pdf
These binary codes and commands allow computers to process needed information. We use protocols every time we need to communicate with another computer.
You will most often hear web developers complain about this one. Data formats Data formats are the structure of how data is stored. If you saved your work on a networked drive, you are using protocols.
In theory this would mean an infinite amount of user mark-up languages, but this would create obvious practical problems for the compatibility of such variety. First, they are a text form for programmers to understand and can be used to develop communication between computers. While you'd have direct access to individual computers, you wouldn't have the ability to run anything off the cloud, so to speak.
Secondly, they exist as a code that only computers understand. Server or Server-side A server is where the application code is typically stored.
There are typically multiple clients interacting with the same application stored on a server. The majority of Unix-based web servers use Apache software. Frameworks typically take all the difficult, repetitive tasks in setting up a new web application and either does them for you or make them very easy for you to do. Developers typically are just proficient at a couple so they promote those more than others. Databases Databases are where all your data is stored.
Back-end The back-end is comprised of your server and database. You have exceeded the maximum character limit. Protocols have a duel existence.