thick client

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  • In the thick client approach, the tolling process would take place in the on-board unit.
  • The thick-client LIMS can become web-enabled through an add-on component.
  • However the thick client PC model of services was predominant in the 1990s.
  • Additionally, thick-client systems have also provided more interactivity and customization, though often at a greater learning curve.
  • As in a thick-client architecture, updates in the software must be propagated to every client machine.
  • Participants could either enroll in the "thin client" or "thick client" operating approaches.
  • This would require a thick client and might be characterised by a long time to start and stop (while a whole complex drawing was transferred) but quick to edit.
  • The end result is a process that is apparent to the end-user through a web browser, but perhaps not so apparent as it runs thick-client-like processing in the background.
  • CrushFTPv5 was the last version to still use a thick client Java Swing UI.
  • A web-enabled LIMS architecture is essentially a thick-client architecture with an added web browser component.
  • An unwired enterprise is an organization that extends and supports the use of traditional thick client enterprise applications to a variety of mobile devices and their users throughout the organization.
  • Connectivity can be overcome by having a system which can retain the information captured in the device cache and later synchronize with back-end systems (thick client).
  • Application security services include static code reviews; and static and dynamic pen testing of many application types, including: web applications, mobile applications, and thick clients.
  • As PC prices decreased, combined with a drop in software licensing costs, thick client-server architectures became more attractive.
  • These early RDE systems used "thick client" software -- software installed locally on a laptop computer's hardware -- to collect the patient data.
  • Ironically, these ultra-thin clients are often used to make available complex or data-hungry applications which have been implemented as thick clients but where the true client is hosted very near to the network server.
  • The same approach can be used for Java web-based applications, since modern Java component-based Web frameworks allow development of client-side logic using the same component approach as thick clients.
  • The original server clients were simple text display terminals including Wyse VDUs, and thick clients were generally not used until the increase in PC usage.
  • A sort of hybrid architecture that incorporates the features of thin-client browser usage with a thick client installation exists in the form of a web-based LIMS.
  • Originally known as just a "client" or "thick client" the name is contrasted to thin client, which describes a computer heavily dependent on a server's applications.
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