Remoting to .NET Clients
In the previous chapter, you looked at rich clients and examined ways of dealing with data in a Web browser. Dynamic HTML (DHTML) is extremely powerful, and you can build some great user interfaces and applications with it, but ultimately it’s restricted by its design. Web browsers weren’t designed to be an application platform—additions such as Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), scripting, plug-ins, and so on are all an attempt to make Web applications richer than plain Hypertext Markup Language (HTML). Granted, you can achieve a lot with these features, as you’ve already seen, but there’s so much more you can achieve if you have the option of another platform.
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