Server-side or client-side code?

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Server-side or client-side code?

Postby ian » Wed Mar 12, 2014 11:31 am

Like all technology companies we have watched the competition raging over the past years between server-side and client-side code. There is a steady move to the use of client-side or browser-based scripting. The main benefit is platform independence and ever improving tools to create a good user experience.

The simplicity of modern thin client applications built using Ajax, Java or perhaps Silverlight now offer user interfaces that match those for thick client applications. Even for an ETL tool where only a few are involved in Data Import or Data Export the simplicity of installation makes a thin client application the way to go.

Data Import for the 21st Century

Here at Baycastle we have decided that DataSlave 3 will be a bit of both. Client-side code for the user tools, for example the designer. We are using Sencha. Dot NET code for the engine. Data Import has never been simpler. Modern thin-client tools allied to some innovative design thinking has generated an ETL tool for the 21st century.

Contact us today to discuss your Data Import or Data Export projects. Talk to us about how our team can help you deliver outstanding data migration to your business and products.
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