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Sharing JavaScript source code between client-side (inside a browser) and server-side (inside IIS/ASP)

, 4 Jun 2003
This article presents a trick to reuse the same source code (JavaScript) in client-side (inside a browser) and server-side (inside IIS/ASP).

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Emmanuel Kartmann
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Fell into computer software at the age of 11, founder of 3 startups, and now manager of an independent software vendor (ISV) labelled proSDK ( And still a freeware writer and technical article author!

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