Application framework
Tools used in applications development to reduce the amount of development work and provide standardization. Defined narrowly, an application framework is a collection of the classes and libraries used in application development. Defined broadly, an application framework often also includes application control structures, application methodology and documentation, work breakdown structure, and development tools.
INTARFRM is a trademark of Fujitsu.
Process of utilizing legacy assets such as mainframe computers and making them compatible with the newest IT devices.
Database that organizes and stores information of systems and applications.
 New requirements definition methodology
New method for solving requirements' definition issues developed by Fujitsu for the Japan market in October 2009.
IT system utilization in which equipment is installed on-site at the company for loading and operation of software.
Instead of developing custom server environments for each customer, a common environment is shared by multiple customer ICT systems using virtualization technologies.
Client system technology in which applications are operated on client PCs with the same ease of operation as Web systems in the same way as a client server system.
System development support tool developed by Fujitsu System Solutions Limited. Since QuiQpro-VB was released in April 1996, it has been compatible with many languages including ColdFusion, Java, and .NET Framework (Visual C#)(13). The client system technology is compatible with both Web and SmartClient.
System development support tool developed by Fujitsu Kansai Systems Limited. It is a development solution utilizing .NET Framework(13) that provides powerful support for business applications for medium-sized enterprises in the IT sector in which the maximum in flexibility is sought for business transformation.
 Client J Framework
Application framework developed by Fujitsu for building client applications using Java RIA technology (Ajax, Java Applet). It offers a wide array of functions for screen display, including screen transitioning and focus control.
Fujitsu's total development solution (in-house tool) for medium- to large-scale projects for the development of high quality applications in Fujitsu's SI business. Java (EJB) and COBOL compatible.
 .NET Framework
Microsoft platform for the building, deployment and runtime of XML Web service and applications.
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This press release has been revised as of December 17, 2018.
Date: 11 March, 2010
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