Sancar Saran wrote:
Probably a bit off topic and
The Game is over man.
html generation jobs from server side.
No it won't.
People are getting sick and tired of allowing third scripts to modify
the DOM - browsers are becoming and will continue to become more
Most hacks now are XSS exploits - taking advantage of the fact that
different than executing e-mail attachments automatically.
Just like users *and e-mail clients* wised up during the e-mail
virus/worm craze of the late 90s (IE I love you etc.) - users and
browsers are wising up as well.
Generating your content server side is not subject to what the browser
and/or user allow scripts to do client side, heavy DHTML like what some
are experimenting with will go the way of the dodo bird.
I suspect that in the future, perhaps not this exactly but something
like this will be common place - a script node will have a new
attribute, the value of which is an id that must exist in the DOM before
the script is run. The script will only be allowed to modify the DOM
elements that matches that id and it's children. Script nodes without
that attribute won't be allowed to modify the DOM at all, and the DOM
elements will have a mechanism (IE an attribute tag) that can completely
protect them from modification by any script., etc.
Using script to modify a document DOM will still take place, but it will
be a lot more difficult, and more likely to fail due to browser/user
imposed limitations. Thus creating the DOM will take place server side
where it belongs.
situations, but server side page generation is not getting replaced by
client side DHTML anytime soon.
//just my two cents and thoughts - I'm not an expert in web tech
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