Application framework
Something used to increase standardization of code and reduce development work when developing applications. Narrowly defined, application frameworks are collections of classes and libraries used in application development. Broadly defined, application frameworks may include application control structures, application-development methods and documentation, work systems, development tools, etc. INTARFRM can be considered an application framework in the broad sense.
 User experience (UX)
The overall experience of everything involved when using software. Refers to the totality of the experience when time is spent using a product or service. This indicates whether something is pleasant and that people genuinely want to use it, rather than just the ease of use of individual features.
Hypertext Markup Language 5. The fifth version of the standard markup language for web pages. Put forward for study and standardization by the W3C, which is the standards body for web-related technologies.
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Date: 14 November, 2013
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