What’s the difference between a browser and a server?

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In order to understand how web applications are built, it’s important to understand the difference.

The browser is a computer program that runs on the computer’s hard disk.

The server is a program that hosts that program.

The two have a lot in common.

A browser can load images, video, and other web pages, while the server handles other data that the browser can’t process.

This can make it easier to create web applications that are fast and easy to understand.

A server, on the other hand, can process large amounts of data and keep it up to date.

This means that a server needs to know about the current status of the entire network, so that it can make changes to the application without having to go through the network.

So a browser can do this.

But a server also needs to be able to handle a lot of traffic.

For instance, the server might be using multiple servers in order to process the same load.

If the load is large enough, the browser needs to slow down and retry.

This retry may take longer than the browser would like.

The solution is to run multiple servers, and use a technique called “multithreading” to allow a server to be faster and more efficient than the browsers.

Multithreading is a technique for executing multiple programs on the same computer, to reduce the total amount of work the computer has to do.

This is a way to avoid the CPU-intensive task of trying to find the right solution for every possible problem, and instead to simply use a more efficient computer to do more of the work.

In most cases, multithreading works well enough that a single browser can run well for a few hours.

But sometimes you may have many browser versions that all need to work at the same time, and they don’t.

The good news is that there are some simple techniques that you can use to simplify your browser and make it more efficient.

These techniques are called “thread-safe” programming techniques, and it’s the idea that you shouldn’t run the same code on multiple cores of a computer, or that you should only use one thread per thread in your application.

In this article, I’m going to walk you through a few ways to simplify a web browser that’s built around a server, and show you how to apply them to your application with an AngularJS application.

A web browser with an application is one where you can build up a list of pages that the user can see and interact with, and the user interacts with that list.

This list is then displayed on the browser, and that list is loaded in the browser asynchronously when the user clicks on a link.

This way, you can have the browser load a large number of pages at the very same time.

But that’s not always the best approach.

For example, the way a web page is displayed can depend on the size of the screen.

A large screen like a laptop can make the browser slow, or the user may have trouble reading a large document.

If a browser is running at 100% of its capacity, the application will not load the pages it needs to, and if you need to make the application more efficient, you may not be able.

To handle these situations, you need a way for the browser to load multiple pages at once, and to do this, you’ll need to use a feature called “shared memory.”

Shared memory is a concept that’s used to save data on multiple computers that have a shared memory address space.

This allows a single computer to store data that is shared across multiple computers, or it can store data on one computer that has a shared address space and the other computers can read it.

A shared memory is an important concept because it allows the web browser to share the same data across many different computers, and in turn, the web application to run on many different browsers.

In the next article, we’ll see how to write a simple AngularJS app that uses shared memory to build a web application.

This article was originally published on December 3, 2015.

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