Server side scripting, (ex. ASP.Net, ASP, JSP, PHP, Ruby, or others), is executed by the server (Web Server), and the page that is sent to the browser is produced by the serve-side scripting.
So when a server sends out a page, it executes server-side scripts, but does not execute client-side scripts. Once the browser receives the page, it executes the client-side scripts.
Server side scripting can connect to databases that reside on the web server or another server reachable from web server. Client side scripting cannot do that.
Server side scripting can access the file system that reside at the web server, client side cannot.
Server side scripting can access settings belong to Web server while client side cannot.
Client side scripting can access files and settings that are local at the user computer.
Client side scripting consumes cycles from user's computer not web server one, while server side scripting consumes cycles form web server one.
Client-side scripting runs on the user's computer, and is typically used for animations, client-side validation, and other types of dynamic pages. Server-side scripting runs on the server (NOT on the user's computer), and is typically used for things like credit card processing or accessing and updating a database. In other words, whatever "side" the code is running on is the only "side" that will be directly influenced by the code, although many interactions require both client-side and server-side scripting, such as web-based games, advanced shopping carts/merchant sites, and so on.
Server-side scripting is a web technology that allows custom HTML to be delivered to a client machine where the code that generates the custom HTML is processed on the web server before the HTML is sent to the user's machine over the internet. Server-side scripting is a option for delivering customized HTML in contrast to client-side scripting, where the HTML is modified typically by java-script in the client's machine after the HTML and java are sent from the web server.
Web 2.0 applications have a server side and the choice of technologies to use server side is even more open than that client side. Client side is the user;s end of the experience, while server side is based on the server's end. As a developer, you can't impose a specific environment or browser client side because you must count on what is installed by your users and that's a severe restriction. Server side, however, you decide which platforms, operating systems, programming languages, frameworks, and libraries will be used. The choice that has the most impact on the architecture of your applications is usually the programming language. Server side, any programming language can be used to implement various Web applications and the most popular choices are scripting languages such as PHP, Perl, Python, and Ruby, and interpreted languages such as Java and C#. Client side scripts are executed and changed by the user on his side (the client side), while server side scripts are executed and changed by the user on the server. Server side scripts provide much more functionality for and by the wide variety of users (and their respective computer/browser settings) all around. Client side Scripting is possible to be blocked , where as server side scripting can't be blocked by the user , so if you validate using CLIENT SIDE only , and client side scripting blocked then even validation can not be done and directly even wrong data can be accepted and thus makes a flaw in the system.
HTML is client side scripting so the Form will have to be in HTML (unless you use something like Flash or Java) and the submission will require a Server side language in order to do anything with the code. So to answer your question, you do not have to use HTML; you do not have to use PHP.However you will have to use a Client Side Scripting language like HTML and a Server side scripting language like PHP.
Server side scripting is a script language that runs on the server. PHP and ASP are the most popular. Because they run on the server, they are executed before the client even begins to download the file, making them significantly safer. Because of this, they are used to access databases and read files on the server. Client side script are download as code by the browser, then executed once the download is finished. Client side code can be manipulated by the user, and is "sandboxed" so that it cannot access the user's file system.
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