A rich Internet application (RIA) is one that behaves like a desktop application, complete with dynamic user interaction, asynchronous screen updates, and complex elements such as inset graphs and tables. RIA development requires two basic sets of programming skills: server side and client side. On the server side, you can use PHP, RPG CGI, Java, .NET, or other web-specific languages to build your business logic, database interactions, and program logic flow for interacting with the ...

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