What is Client Side Scripting?
A script that is interpreted by the browser is called a client-side script. A client side script is also an instruction set, but it is not processed by the webserver.
The script is sent to the browser (as a part of the HTTP response) and is processed by the browser. The result is only then displayed by the browser.
- The response time is often quicker.
- Reduces the web server’s workload.
- Browser specific
- The code in your client-side scripts is completely visible to the user.