Microsoft .Net Development Definitions

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    .NET

    .NET is both a business strategy from Microsoft and its collection of programming support for Web services. (Continued...)

  • .NET 3.0 (WinFX)

    .NET 3.0 is the specification for Microsoft's new suite of managed application program interfaces, or APIs, that developers can apply to Windows Vista and Windows XP... (Continued)

  • 136 browser colors with names

    Some Web page creators prefer to specify colors by name rather than by hexadecimal red-green-blue (RGB) intensity value.

  • A

    Ajax (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML)

    Ajax (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) is a method of building interactive applications for the Web that process user requests immediately. Ajax combines several programming tools including JavaScript, dynamic HTML, XML, cascading style sheets, the Document Object Model and the Microsoft object XMLHttpRequest. (Continued)

  • ASP.NET (ASP+)

    ASP.NET (originally called ASP+) is the next generation of Microsoft's Active Server Page (ASP), a feature of their Internet Information Server (IIS). (Continued...)

  • Atlas

    Atlas was the codename for a free Web client framework, created by Microsoft, that simplifies the creation of sites by integrating client script libraries with the rich, server-based platform of ASP.NET 2.0. Atlas is now called ASP .NET AJAX. Simply put, Atlas allows AJAX functionality in Visual Studio. (...Continued)

  • B

    blog (weblog)

    A blog (short for weblog) is a personal online journal that is frequently updated and intended for general public consumption. Blogs are defined by their format: a series of entries posted to a single page in reverse-chronological order. Blogs generally represent the personality of the author or reflect the purpose of the Web site> that hosts the blog. Topics sometimes include brief philosophical musings, commentary on Internet and other social issues, and links to other sites the author favors, especially those that support a point being made on a post.

  • browser

    A browser is an application program that provides a way to look at and interact with all the information on the World Wide Web.

  • C

    C#

    C# (pronounced C-sharp) is an object-oriented programming language in development from Microsoft, which is intended to combine the computing power of C++ with the programming ease of Visual Basic.

  • common test platform (CTP)

    A common test platform (CTP), also called an open test standard (OTS), is a set of specifications defining test methods for diverse components of computer and electronic systems to be marketed as complete products... (Continued)

  • Cosmos

    Cosmos is an open source, evolving, .NET-based operating system development tool. The acronym stands for "C# Open Source Managed Operating System." (Continued...)

  • D

    D

    D is one of two programming languages, Digital Mars D, an object-oriented metaprogramming language, or Microsoft D, a key component of the upcoming Oslo development environment.

  • Document Object Model (DOM)

    Document Object Model (DOM), a programming interface specification being developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), lets a programmer create and modify HTML pages and XML documents as full-fledged program objects.

  • domain name

    A domain name locates an organization or other entity on the Internet. For example, the domain name "www.totalbaseball.com" locates an Internet address for "totalbaseball.com" at Internet point 199.0.0.2 and a particular host server named "www."

  • E

    Expression

    Expression is Microsoft's new set of products for application designers. The Expression suite is due for a general release in 2006 and is viewed by many as Microsoft's response to Adobe's popular Photoshop, Illustrator and Flash graphic design products.

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