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Over the past years, the Internet has gone from the preserve of academics to the cutting edge of business.
A large part of this has been driven by the growth of the Web, with its graphical browsers and high
media profile. The change from static HTML pages to dynamic, user interactive presentations has been
achieved largely by the introduction of scripting technologies.
Working with the usual markup language of a web page, scripting languages enable clients to demand
specific information from their servers, and their servers, in turn, to receive important user input in order
to process and display data on demand.
In the forefront of this advancement has been the Open Source community, dedicated in providing webbased
solutions purely for the love of the technology itself. Open source is not only about free software
(though not everything is free anyway), but it is about, as the name suggests, being open about the source
of the code.
Having free access to the source means that authors are forced to keep to standards. If these are not
maintained, the deviation is labeled a bug, and if the author doesn't fix it, someone else will. Large
numbers of independent programmers being able to understand what a program does, and ensuring that
standards are maintained, prevents the author from being able to exploit the user, as happens in the
commercial software world.

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