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  • {{r|Client-server}}
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  • '''SOAP''' is a [[client-server]] [[protocol (computing)|protocol]] on the [[World wide web|web]] for [[Rem
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  • {{r|Client-server}}
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  • '''BitTorrent''' is a hybrid between pure peer-to-peer and client-server file sharing. The servers are more concerned with directory functions and m ...nt implements are called clients, the protocol operations are not strongly client-server. NetNews is a conceptual predecessor, in that the clients exchange informat
    5 KB (831 words) - 17:15, 10 June 2010
  • '''Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol''', is a client-server technology for dynamically assigning IP addresses to devices on a network.<
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  • '''Redmine''' is an open source, client-server issue tracker and project management application built on top of [[Ruby on
    1,014 bytes (135 words) - 06:49, 14 September 2013
  • '''HTTP''' (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) is a [[client-server]] protocol used for file exchange on the [[World Wide Web]]. HTTP is the m
    11 KB (1,711 words) - 07:11, 24 June 2011
  • As opposed to traditional client-server systems in which the server can create a bottleneck, peer-to-peer systems a
    7 KB (1,095 words) - 20:05, 10 June 2010
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  • Typical enterprise servers, for [[client-server]] applications, are underutilized; an industry rule of thumb is that 20% is
    8 KB (1,276 words) - 10:47, 10 July 2010
  • ...sent to the user (in [[HTML]]) as the response. This is how the basic<i> [[Client-Server Model]] </i>works on the web. ...i>An Ajax engine</i>, which eliminates the start-stop-start-stop nature of client-server interaction. When a web page loads and a new session starts, the browser lo
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  • ...architecture#Layers|layers]] of functionality. <br /><br />Examples of the client-server architecture include the [[World Wide Web]], [[network file system]]s and c
    15 KB (2,272 words) - 13:13, 18 April 2010
  • ...tents, users need to download and install Adobe Flash Player, which is a [[client-server|client]] runtime available for many platforms such as [[Microsoft Windows|W ...nous [[Client-server|client-server]] communication model, enabling rapid [[Client-server|client]] interactivity without web page refresh.
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  • ...tocols, such as [[Remote Procedure Call]] (RPC), for example, tended to be client-server on a LAN but did not go outside the local, trusted network. That RPC used a
    3 KB (380 words) - 13:47, 7 May 2010
  • *[[client-server|Client]] side playlists for ad-insertion *High-performance, multi-core enabled lightweight [[client-server|client]]
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  • Remote Procedure Call (RPC), for example, tended to be client-server on a LAN. That it used a variable range of UDP port numbers was not an issu ...the rights to which were made public, [[Remote Procedure Call]] (RPC) is a client-server protocol intended for efficient use across a LAN.<ref name=RPC>{{citation
    8 KB (1,222 words) - 18:42, 3 December 2008
  • ...ision. If one agent always speaks first then it is more like a traditional client-server situation. To cure an anticollision, we must swap the relative magnitude of
    5 KB (653 words) - 00:55, 9 February 2010

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