Category: Technology

URI

URI 101

According to abbreviationfinder, URI stands for Uniform Resource Identifiers. Short string of characters that uniquely identifies a resource (service, page, document, email address, encyclopedia, etc.). These resources are normally accessible on a network or...

ATI Technologies Inc

ATI 101

According to abbreviationfinder, ATI Technologies Inc was one of the largest hardware companies that designed graphics processors, video cards and processors, it was bought by AMD in 2006 but kept its name for some...

What is GitOps

GitOps 101

What is GitOps? GitOps describes a concept in which the open source software Git is used for the entire management process of an application / software-based product – from development to deployment to maintenance....

Build Environment 101

Build Environment 101

What is a build environment? The build environment is used to compile the source code in software and application development. Complete and executable software is generated as part of the build. The result is...

High-Definition Multimedia Interface

High-Definition Multimedia Interface 101

High-Definition Multimedia Interface or HDMI (see abbreviationfinder). It is an uncompressed encrypted digital Audio and Video standard supported by the industry to be the replacement for the scart. HDMI provides an interface between any digital...

CSS

CSS 101

Short for Cascading Style Sheets according to abbreviationfinder, CSS is a style sheet language created to control the appearance or presentation of electronic documents defined with HTML and XHTML. CSS is the best way...

HTML5

HTML5 101

Short for High Temperature Materials Laboratory by according to abbreviationfinder, HTML5 is a new specification that is currently in the draft phase (W3C Working Draft 19 October 2010) and that unifies two technological elements....

ASCII

Meaning of ASCII

According to AbbreviationFinder, ASCII is the acronym that corresponds to the English expression American Standard Code for Information Interchange. This phrase can be translated as the American Standard Code for the Exchange of Information....