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Server-side refers to operations that are performed by the server in a client–server relationship in a computer network.[1]

Typically, a server is a computer program, such as a web server, that runs on a remote server, reachable from a user's local computer or workstation. Operations may be performed server-side because they require access to information or functionality that is not available on the client, or require typical behavior that is unreliable when it is done client-side.

Server-side operations also include processing and storage of data from a client to a server, which can be viewed by a group of clients. Advantage: This lightens the work of your client. This also protects your SAMP server from crackers.

Examples of server-side processing include the creation & adaptation of a database using MySQL.

Example languages:[1]

  • PHP
  • Python
  • ASP.Net in C#, C++, or Visual Basic
  • Nearly any language (C++, C#, Java). These were not designed specifically for the task, but are now often used for application-level web services

See also


  1. ^ a b "What are the differences between server-side and client-side programming?". Retrieved 2016-12-13.