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  2. Web server - Wikipedia

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    This is a very brief history of web server programs, so some information necessarily overlaps with the histories of the web browsers, the World Wide Web and the Internet; therefore, for the sake of clarity and understandability, some key historical information below reported may be similar to that found also in one or more of the above-mentioned history articles.

  3. Website - Wikipedia

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    Website. A website (also written as a web site) is a collection of web pages and related content that is identified by a common domain name and published on at least one web server. Websites are typically dedicated to a particular topic or purpose, such as news, education, commerce, entertainment or social networking.

  4. Application server - Wikipedia

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    An application server is a server that hosts applications [1] or software that delivers a business application through a communication protocol. [2] For a typical web application, the application server sits behind the web servers . An application server framework is a service layer model. It includes software components available to a software ...

  5. Web browser - Wikipedia

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    Web browser. A web browser is an application for accessing websites. When a user requests a web page from a particular website, the browser retrieves its files from a web server and then displays the page on the user's screen. Browsers are used on a range of devices, including desktops, laptops, tablets, and smartphones.

  6. Software - Wikipedia

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    Server software, including: Web applications, which usually run on the web server and output dynamically generated web pages to web browsers, using e.g. PHP, Java, ASP.NET, or even JavaScript that runs on the server. In modern times these commonly include some JavaScript to be run in the web browser as well, in which case they typically run ...

  7. Client–server model - Wikipedia

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    Whereas the words server and client may refer either to a computer or to a computer program, server-host and client-host always refer to computers. The host is a versatile, multifunction computer; clients and servers are just programs that run on a host. In the client–server model, a server is more likely to be devoted to the task of serving.

  8. PHP - Wikipedia

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    PHP has a direct module interface called SAPI for different web servers; in case of PHP 5 and Apache 2.0 on Windows, it is provided in form of a DLL file called php5apache2.dll, which is a module that, among other functions, provides an interface between PHP and the web server, implemented in a form that the server understands. This form is ...

  9. Django (web framework) - Wikipedia

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    Django ( / ˈdʒæŋɡoʊ / JANG-goh; sometimes stylized as django) [6] is a free and open-source, Python -based web framework that runs on a web server. It follows the model–template–views (MTV) architectural pattern. [7] [8] It is maintained by the Django Software Foundation (DSF), an independent organization established in the US as a ...