Spread ASP.NET 14
Spread for ASP.NET 14 Product Documentation / Client-Side Scripting Reference / Scripting Overview / Using Client-Side Scripting
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    Using Client-Side Scripting
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    With scripting you can run small programs, or scripts, in your Web pages on the client after the pages are downloaded from the server. Client-side scripting allows the user to interact with the page on the client without the page having to be reloaded from the server. Scripts can be written in any scripting language supported by the browser on the client, such as VBScript or JavaScript. Most often scripts are written in JavaScript (also referred to as ECMAScript).

    Spread for ASP.NET gives you client-side scripting capabilities to enhance the power of your Web Forms. The fpspread.htc file implements the client-side functions for the Spread component. It provides a number of properties, methods, and events that can be used in your client-side scripting code in HTML. In addition, you can also create your own HTC files for specific purposes.

    To better understand how to use client-side scripting, read the following topics:

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