Week 1 Dq Questions Web 431 Xml

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Week 1 DQ Questions
Based on the Greiner (2010) article, how does Linux based IDE’s compare with Windows based IDE’s for the design and development websites based on XHTML? Every Linux distribution is highly customizable and typically less resource intensive than Windows. While most Linux interfaces are similar, look and function varies from distribution to distribution. Windows on the other hand has only one interface and is very resource intensive. Vista for example requires expensive, top of the line computer hardware to run smoothly. With Linux, there are distributions that will run on even the slowest computers. Windows is another popular operating system for Web hosting providers because it has a lot of support. Linux and Windows are the two most common and readily available operating systems, and there are many good reasons for using both. Unix systems are very similar to Linux (and Mac OSX systems are as well) but as I mentioned above, Macintosh systems are few and far-between. The first difference that most people notice with Web hosting operating systems is how you access the server. Both Windows and Linux offer FTP access to your files, but only Linux will generally offer telnet or ssh access. FTP is a way of transferring your files from your hard drive to your Web server. Telnet and SSH are a way to open a window directly on the Web server and manipulate files. Both Windows and Linux servers will serve HTML pages and JavaScript. Typically, Windows servers use files named *.htm while Linux servers use files named *.html, but there is no real difference between these names, just what you prefer.

Based on the Greiner (2010) article, how has ASP.NET addressed users demand for adaptive, dynamic, and highly functional websites? The ASP.NET Web forms page framework is a scalable programming model that can be used on the server to dynamically generate Web pages. Intended as a logical evolution of ASP (ASP.NET provides syntax compatibility with existing...
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