In this article we've only briefly touched on the power available to us through remote scripting. We've looked at how to install remote scripting as well as two examples of remote scripting in action.
I'm sure that you can think of many uses for remote scripting in your own web sites. I will personally be using it for my next client, because I love how it's cross browser compatible and it's also relatively fast considering the amount of work that it's doing in the background.
If you'd like to learn some more advanced uses of remote scripting, then make sure you check out the links and books shown below. Until next time, enjoy playing around with remote scripting!
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