XSLT

XSLT Basics

XSLT. O XSL Transformations is a W3C organization standard that presents a way to transform XML documents into other and even non-XML formats. The leaves XSLT style – although the term style sheet is not applied to the direct role of the XSLT – perform the transformation of the document using one or more rules template. […]

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DOS

DOS Basics

According to ABBREVIATIONFINDER.ORG, DOS is an acronym for D isk O perating S ystem, famila of operating systems for PCs. Originally created for computers in the IBM PC family, which used the 16-bit Intel 8086 and 8088 processors, being the first popular operating system for this platform. He had an interface of command line in text mode or alphanumeric and its own command interpreter (or orders) the command.com. The […]

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Framework Basics

Framework Basics

What is a framework? Software developers set the course at the beginning of a project. A framework for the later programming proves to be helpful. A framework creates solid foundations in the form of “pre-programming”. Framework structures: libraries and classification criteria In program and software development, the term framework does not refer to a program, […]

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What is USB

USB Basics

USB port or Universal Serial Bus according to ABBREVIATIONFINDER.ORG, is a universal serial bus or Universal Serial CUS Driver, it is a port that is used to connect peripherals to a computer. An important feature is that it allows devices to work at higher speeds, on average about 12 Mbps, this is more or less 3 […]

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UTF-8 Basics

UTF-8 Basics

UTF-8. (8-bit Unicode Transformation Format, see ABBREVIATIONFINDER.ORG). It is a variable-length transmission standard for encoding characters encoded using Unicode, created by Rob Pike and Ken Thompson. UTF-8 uses groups of bytes to represent the Unicode standard for the alphabets of many of the world’s languages. It is especially useful for transmission over 8- bit mail systems. Use […]

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BMP Basics

BMP Basics

Short for Bitmap according to ABBREVIATIONFINDER.ORG, BMP is an image file format, it is one of the simplest. It was developed jointly by Microsoft and IBM, which explains its particularly wide use on Windows and OS / 2 platforms. The BMP format supports RGB, Indexed Color, Grayscale, and Bitmap color modes. You can specify the Windows […]

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