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Client/server computing has arisen because of a change in business needs. Businesses today necessitate integrated, flexible, responsive and far-reaching applications to support the complete range of business processes.

Client/server describes the relationship between two computer programs in which one program, the client, makes a service request from another program, the server, which fulfills the request. Although programs within a single computer can use the client/server, it is a more important concept in a network. In network scenario, the client/server model provides a suitable & convenient way to interconnect programs that are distributed efficiently across different locations.

Client/server is a computational architecture that involves client processes requesting service from server processes. It is the logical extension of modular programming. For example, database management system servers running on platforms especially designed and configured to perform queries, or file servers running on platforms with special elements for managing files.

Traditional applications architectures have been based on function. Today, to meet the needs of the business application architecture should reflect the complete range of business requirements, which is provided by Client/server applications. The development and implementation of client/server computing is more complex, more difficult and more expensive than traditional, single process applications. The only answer to the question "why build client/server applications?" is "because the business demands the increased benefits??.

Benefits of client/server applications

  • Based on network management, and not vertical management
  • Client/Server Applications also eliminate costly Web cross-platform compatibility issues.
  • More customer focused
  • Faster development as programmers can create those applications faster and cheaper using multiple window widgets such as trees, menus, and tabs, all of which have poor support under HTML.
  • Gives vendor independence
  • More integrated & built in sync with business requirements
  • Offers multiple access to multiple teams
  • Easy access to information across locations, offices, etc

If you are looking for Client / Server application development & maintenance, please contact us.

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