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Java

A programming language. It is especially useful because it allows for software distribution to a wide audience. It was developed by Sun Microsystems.
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Shortly after the AJAX revolution, JavaScript escaped from the browser in the form of an application server platform based on JavaScript--Node.
That is, it protects some crucial functionality of HTML and JavaScript code in web applications so that they cannot be exploited by attackers, instead of eliminating vulnerabilities like sanitization.
Development teams worldwide can now leverage the new capabilities of HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript to build rich user interfaces for both mobile and Web clients, said Chris Tonas, vice president, Application Development Tools, Oracle.
In this paper, JsSandbox is presented, a system that dynamically analyzes malicious JavaScript code using a debugging technique.
History sniffing JavaScript code can be used by website owners to learn which competitor sites visitors have or have not been to or can also be deployed by advertising companies looking to build user profiles, or by online criminals collecting information for future phishing attacks.
Increased Support of Client Development Through the jQuery JavaScript Library
Billy Hoffman, lead research engineer at SPI Labs, says that SPI has created a proof-of-concept JavaScript scanning tool that determines the IP address of the computer it's on and then scans to see what other devices--Web servers, wireless routers, and so on--are on that network.
AcroButtons creates pure JavaScript toolbar buttons that are platform independent (Windows, Mac), and usable by both Acrobat 6 and Adobe Reader 6 users.
In Essential JavaScript for Web professionals, Don Barrett tries to help you get past such disagreements and learn the main principles of JavaScript.
The foundation of a rich-thin client solution is the Browser Application Platform a collection of JavaScript components that creates, manages and maintains these fundamental DOM elements when executing a Web application.
The first edition of the book was published in 1996 and the new fourth edition covers JavaScript 1.
The security flaws involve Netscape's JavaScript, designed as an easy-to-use method for controlling events on Web pages.