1)They do not need a web browser or web server to execute.
2)They execute through their respective exe files
3)They run on the same machine they are displayed on.
4)Their single instance exists until we close them or dispose them through coding
5)Used for developing games, inventory management, system utiltites etc.
6)They run under Code Access Security.
1)They need a web browser as well as a web server(on the server machine only).
2)They execute through the dll of the web application which is then processed by IIS and the .net framework.
3)They run on a remote server and are displayed remotely on the clients.
4)Every time they are submitted, their new instance is created.
5)Used in web site development.
6)They use role based security
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