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(Common Gateway Interface), is generally the most way for web servers to interact dynamically with users. Common uses include online feedback and online forms.
This takes the form of a computer program that allows web servers to forward requests for processing to other programs, which then return their results to the web server.
Depending on the context in which the acronym is used, CGI can also stand for Computer Generated Graphics.
Henrik Joreteg's blog
This is a great blog that belongs to a world class developer (Henrik Joreteg) who works at &yet.
The best DOM examples from W3Schools
I owe a lot of my ability to grasp the fundamentals of any technology to W3Schools. This page is no exception, they provide you with a ton of 'hands-on' examples to make use of the DOM. I highly reccomend this page!
Dealing with Tomcat's cache on Debian
This can be really annoying. You want to develop 'rapidly': so you use 'apt-get install tomcat'. You can begin working on your applications right away and then... why isn't this changing? Am I in the right directory?? Maybe... I could just be that the Debian configuration of Tomcat is set up for production (not development)!