- Dynamic websites change according to user requirements
- Dynamic content has two flavors: the server side and client side
- Server side implies sending forms or reloading pages
- The client side doesn’t need to send forms or reload pages
- We use PHP and Ruby on Rails for the processing side in the server
- AJAX is a combination of server side and client side
When a internet document responds in the same way without care about the context or parameters sent by user, like for example in a simple HTML page, it is knew like static page. Those types of pages are not useful for complex sites. In the other hand are the dynamic pages, our company’s specialty.
Using Server Side Dynamic Pages
Suppose you upload your catalog of products to a website; then that catalog is stored in a Data Base. Every time you upload a new product you have to fill a form with the product data, but you don’t have to create a new page to show the product. When your clients select the product from a menu, a page with the graphic design of your site and the product information appears. This is only a file answering to the client’s click, but changing according the product that clients choose. Due the content change depends of the click on a link that makes the page load or reload you can get to know this process on the server side.
Using Client Side Dynamic Pages
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