XML for <SCRIPT> was used by an on-line gaming company in their administration tool. This tool
was used to set up marketing events based on different types of qualifiers.
As in the previous example, the user interface for the administration console varied depending on the
types of qualifiers and other information present. XML for <SCRIPT> was used as a client-side
database to house all of the modifications to the marketing events until they were submitted to the server.
In this case study, XML for <SCRIPT> demonstrates the capability to make client-side web application
development a reality. Once the administration console was opened and populated with initial data, no other
server communications were performed until the data was saved by the user.
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