|HyperText Markup Language – the structure coding language for websites
|Cascading StyleSheets – the styling coding language for websites
|The process of clearing unused components in ones program from RAM in programming
|Java Development Kit
|Java Runtime Environment
|Java Virtual Machine
|Integrated Development Environment
|eXtensible HyperText Markup Language (XML + HTML)
|The development part that the user sees (behaviour, styling, structure)
|The development part that the user don’t see (behind the curtains – DB, system logic, etc.)
|“nametags” in programming that represent a slot in RAM to store data/information.
|Different Data Types represent different kinds of data (text, numbers, true/false, lists, etc.)
|A development pattern that make function for example be able to execute a task by calling themselves repeatedly by themselves.
|The big building blocks in programming that make up a program.
|The smaller part of Statements that help make your program work.
|Code that is ignored by the compiler when running your program.
|Object oriented programming – a design pattern based on objects with inheritance, ownership and hierarchy.
|WordPress – a free and popular CMS and widely used blog platform.
|Short for Development, Developer or the like.
|A computer program that can read and execute code without the need to compile it first.
|Translates code from human-readable code into machine language that computers can understand.
|The founding organization of Java.
|Altruistic development of programs and code – where communities of people come together and help one another, usually costfree and purely driven by interest.
|Central Processing Unit a.k.a. computer processor
|Random Access Memory – the computer processors “temporary storage medium” – compared to harddrives which are permanent storage. RAM only stores information as long as the power is on.
|Hard disk drive a.k.a. harddrive.
|The method of making concepts and tasks easier to understand for humans by changing them.
|High-level programming language
|Easily human-readable code – lots of abstraction.
|Low-level programming language
|Close to machine language – little to no abstraction – not easily readable to humans.
|Virtual Machine Environment
|A sort of sandbox within which the environment is always the same, but the environment on the outside could be almost whatever. Code only have to be developed for the inside environment (once) and not to suit 500 outside different environments.
|Computer code. 1’s and 0’s.
|eXtensible Markup Language.
|Used to stand for Personal HomePage, when another group of developers took over the work to maintain PHP they changed the name to a recursive acronym that stands for PHP: Hypertext preprocessor.