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Application Programming

An application program (sometimes shortened to application) is any program designed to perform a specific function directly for the user or, in some cases, for another application program. Examples of application programs include word processors; database programs; Web browsers; development tools; drawing, paint, and image editing programs; and communication programs. Application programs use the services of the computer's operating system and other supporting programs. The formal requests for services and means of communicating with other programs that a programmer uses in writing an application program is called the application program interface (API).

Database

Software programmers are well acquainted with database concepts through relational databases like Oracle, SQL SERVER and MySQL, etc. Typically, a database structure stores data in a tabular format. Database architecture may be external, internal or conceptual. The external level specifies the way in which every end-user type comprehends the organization of its corresponding relevant data in the database. The internal level deals with the performance, scalability, cost and other operational matters. The conceptual level perfectly unifies the different external views into a defined and wholly global view. It consists of every end-user required generic data.

HTML 5

HTML5 is an effort is to bring order to web development chaos by organizing common practices, embracing implementations from various browsers. It is massive, with over 100 specifications as part of the HTML5 specs. Understanding this, you can simplify by thinking of HTML5 this way. HTML5 is simply just an umbrella term for the next generation of web apps an how functionality will be expanded with better markup (HTML), better style (CSS), and better interactivity (JavaScript). The specification of HTML5 that has been published currently is not yet final. HTML5 is expected due for Candidate Recommendation (CR) by 2012, and is expected for Proposed Recommendation (PR) by 2022. However, this doesn’t mean that HTML5 is not ready for use. The proposed recommendation does mean however that there will be two interoperable implementations. As of 2011, browser vendors are actively adding support for new features of HTML5.

CSS3

Cascading Style Sheets Level 3 (CSS3) is the iteration of the CSS standard used in the styling and formatting of Web pages. CSS3 incorporates the CSS2 standard with some changes and improvements. A key change is the division of standard into separate modules, which makes it easier to learn and understand. As of February 2014, the standard is still under development by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), but a number of the CSS3 properties have been implemented in the latest versions of some Web browsers.

IOS App

IOS is a mobile operating system for Apple-manufactured devices. iOS runs on the iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and Apple TV.

iOS is best known for serving as the underlying software that allows iPhone users to interact with their phones using gestures such as swiping, tapping and pinching. These finger actions are typically performed on multitouch capacitive touch screen displays, which provide fast response and accept inputs from multiple fingers. Although it is not the No. 1 mobile OS globally, iOS dominates the North American market by a large margin, with a 60 percent market share as of May 2010.

Android App

An Android app is a software application running on the Android platform. Because the Android platform is built for mobile devices, a typical Android app is designed for a smartphone or a tablet PC running on the Android OS.

Although an Android app can be made available by developers through their websites, most Android apps are uploaded and published on the Android Market, an online store dedicated to these applications. The Android Market features both free and priced apps.

Node Js

Node.js is a server-side platform wrapped around the JavaScript language for building scalable, event-driven applications. This is confusing for even experienced programmers because the traditional JavaScript environment has always been client-side - in a user's browser or in an application that is talking to a server. JavaScript has not been considered when it comes to the server responding to client requests, but that is exactly what Node.js provides. Node.js is not written in JavaScript (it is written in C++) but it uses the JavaScript language as an interpretive language for server-side request/response processing. In other words, Node.js runs stand-alone JavaScript programs. The advantage is that programmers can use their current, albeit client-side, programming knowledge and begin coding with Node.js much more easily.

Java App

An application programming interface (API), in the context of Java, is a collection of prewritten packages, classes, and interfaces with their respective methods, fields and constructors. Similar to a user interface, which facilitates interaction between humans and computers, an API serves as a software program interface facilitating interaction. In Java, most basic programming tasks are performed by the API’s classes and packages, which are helpful in minimizing the number of lines written within pieces of code.

SVG

Scalable vector graphics (SVG) is a text-based graphics language that illustrates images with text, vector shapes and embedded raster graphics. SVG files are lightweight and present top-notch graphics in print, on the Web and on resource-constrained handheld devices. In addition, SVG supports animation and scripting. As a result, it is ideally suited for data-driven, interactive and personalized graphics. The SVG is an open standard specification that the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has been developing since 1999.