It may be more difficult initially to develop a generic hypertext browser than a specific front-end for a particular information system. However, the decoupling of the client and server programs by the “information bus” pays off as more clients and servers are plugged in and universal readership is achieved. Writing a server for new data is generally a simple task because it requires no human interface programming.
The following sections provide information on a number of browser tricks and techniques that can enhance your Internet surfing experience:
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