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non-platform-specific application called from a Web page.
Dynamic Hypertext Markup Language: A group of technologies combined to create greater interactivity and page layout flexibility using JavaScript, Cascading style sheets, and the Documents Object Model (DOM)
DOM-Document object model: A platform-neutral application programming interface (API) that describes the underlying framework of a document so that Web developers can access and manipulate objects in a standard way.
is a markup language that describes the structure and content of a document and allows you to define your own markup tags.
Programming languages that are used to create compact applications that users can access from a Web browser.
Netscape scripting language used to create animation and interactivity on the Web.
Markup Language
Code used to specify how the content of a Web page will look.
Interprets WML and renders the information on a small display such as those found on mobile phones and small terminals.
Object Linking and Embedding
Term that describes a capability of software to import objects or maintain a path to an object or file.
PHP (hypertext preprocessor)
A server-side scripting language for creating dynamic Web pages; it is open source and cross-platform.
Quicktime VR
Virtual reality software that allows developers to create entire 3-D interactive environments for the Web that include 3-D objects and full panoramic views of objects and locations
Scripting Language
Used to write codes for the client or server side that is interpreted by a Web browser.
Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language (SMIL)
is a simple, platform-neutral markup language that lets Web designers and developers at all skill levels schedule audio, video, text, and graphic files across a timeline without have to master development tools or complex programming languages.
A scripting version of Microsoft Visual Basic; the primary scripting language used for Active Server Pages.
Web server
the computer on which the files for Web pages are stored.