By Billy Hoffman
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They don’t take up much space on the user’s machine. They don’t use much memory when they run. Most Web applications have a zero-footprint install, meaning they don’t require any disk space on the client machine at all. Query database Filter query results Calculate order cost Determine ship date Write bill of materials Server responsibilities Display UI Client responsibilities Figure 1-7 14 A sample thin-client architecture Handle user input THE AJAX ARCHITECTURE SHIFT Users were thrilled with the advantages that thin-client Web applications provided, but eventually the novelty of the Web started to wear off.
As we will see, Ajax applications straddle the line between these two groups, and it is exactly this property that makes the applications so difficult to properly secure. THICK-CLIENT ARCHITECTURE Thick-client applications perform the majority of their processing on the client machine. They are typically installed on a desktop computer and then configured to communicate with a remote server. The remote server maintains some set of resources that are shared among all clients, such as a database or file share.
Ajax Security by Billy Hoffman