Server-Side Execute Q&A
What Is Client-Side Scripting?
What Is Server-Side Scripting?
What Happens Where
Client-side scripting lets you validate input in the user's browser. Validating first, before sending it to the server, lets you give better feedback to the end-user.
For example, if end-users enter an invalid birth date and move to the next field, you can show an error message immediately. This lets the end-user correct every field before they submit the module. If you validate on the server alone, they must submit, get an error message, and then hunt down the problem.
Manual edits to the URL.
Tweaks to HTTP requests with another tool.
Why Does Unqork Offer Both Client-Side and Server-Side Scripting?
You need both. Client-side provides a better user experience. Server-side ensures that the input the server receives is actually validated.