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I always asked myself if it is possible to use JScript both on server and on client side of a web application, in a classical (that is , non-.net ) environment. I asked this question to many people who were supposed to be expert , but anyone of them gave me different answer : some told me it is possible, some other told me you can only use it on client side .

What's the truth ?
Posted 22-Feb-13 0:05am
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Solution 1

JavaScript is an interpreted computer programming language originally implemented as part of web browsers so that client-side scripts may interact with the user, control the browser, communicate asynchronously and alter the document content that is displayed.

See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JavaScript[^
and How is server-side javascript used/implemented?[^]


--Amit
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Raje_ at 22-Feb-13 8:52am
   
+5 from me.
_Amy at 22-Feb-13 23:30pm
   
Thanks Rajesh. :)
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Solution 2

Hi,

Refer the following links for your answer.

Run JavaScript from server side in ASP.Net and C#

Also check the following discussions in the links below.

Client side scripting VS server side scripting
What are the differences between client-side scripting and server-side scripting?

This will help you.

Thanks
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Solution 3

You could take a look at node.js: http://nodejs.org/about/[^]
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