Simply put, a web interface is a frontend to a piece of software. The implications are great, and there is great potential for the use of them.

Common uses are for accessing databases (like a message board), or configuring hardware (like a Linksys Cable/DSL router). Web interfaces are every where. As you look up information on e2, you are using a web interface to access the database that actually contains all the nodes and writeups.

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