In the fourth and final part of our series, we examine the form emulator we built in the third part in the context of a practical example that puts the program to work. The form emulator can be used as a simple testing bed to help you build more robust and safer Web applications.
With reference to the above code, Iíve basically specified the script to be executed when the page has finished loading, as well as declared a couple of CSS styles for controlling the visual presentation of the information. Quite simple, isnít it?
Of course, due to the inherently insecure nature of the Internet, and specifically the Web, numerous attacking techniques are continuously emerging, so the methods described above are only a small piece within this conflictive scenario. Now that youíve been warned, go and build more robust and safer Web programs.
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