There Are Things Known, and Things Unknown, and In Between Are the Doors
Jim Morrison

Frontend

YAML

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Data serialization language, a light alternative for XML or JSON. Unlike XML or JSON, however, its structure is defined by indentation. This makes them a joy to use especially for configuration.

XHTML

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Cleaner and stricter version of HTML 4.01. invented with respect to the XML standard. (Closing tag for each opening tag, attributes have to have a value, etc.)

WSDL

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The different concept of XML, one of its practical applications. WSDL is related to SOAP Services and it has all information related to service.

WinForms

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Graphical (GUI) class library included as a part of Microsoft .NET Framework. Providing a platform to write rich client applications for desktop, laptop, and tablet PCs.

WebStorm

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Lightweight yet powerful IDE primarily for web, JavaScript and TypeScript development, perfectly equipped for complex client-side development and server-side development with Node.js.

WebSphere

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A kit of software products which helps businesses to build applications or integrate applications, databases and systems built in house with any third party applications procured for various business functions with each other easily and quickly.

WebRx

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Browser-based MVVM-Framework that combines functional-reactive programming with declarative Data-Binding, Templating and Client-Side Routing. The framework is written in TypeScript and built on top of ReactiveX for JavaScript (RxJs).

Webpack

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Bundling tool, meaning it will take all the parts of the application (JavaScript, CSS files, HTML etc) and bundle them. By bundling, we mean it would minimize, optimize them and even add some features in accordance with the plugins.

WebKit

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Web-engine used by Safari, App Store, and many other OS X, iOS, and Linux applications. Most mobile phones use the WebKit engine.

WebGL

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JavaScript API for rendering 2D and 3D graphics on the browser without the use of plug-ins. It’s based on OpenGL ES 2.0. WebGL brings plugin-
free 3D to the web, implemented right into the browser.