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Asp.Net Abbreviations

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This provides a list of abbreviations in Microsoft .NET Technology.

This provides a list of abbreviations in Microsoft .NET Technology.

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  • 1. IWAM - Internet Server Web Application Manager WCAG - Web Content Accessibility Guidelines nAML – .NET Application Modeling Language MMC – Microsoft Management Console DTO – Data Transfer Object TDD – Test Driven Development MVC – Model View Controller MVP – Model View Presenter BAL – Base Activity Library TFS – Team Foundation Server WIQL – Work Item Query Language WMI – Windows Management Instrumentation URI – Uniform Resource Identifier STLC – Software Testing Life Cycle MSMQ – Microsoft Message Queuing LINQ – Language INtegrated Query CLR – Common Language Runtime JIT – Just-In Time compiler AJAX – Asynchronous JavaScript and XML CCW – COM Callable Wrapper RCW – Runtime Callable Wrapper CLI – Common Language Interface / Common Language Infrastructure WSDL – Web Services Description Language BCL – Base Class Library SAO – Server Activated Objects CAO – Client Activated Objects CAS – Code Access Security REPL – Real Eval Print Loop CodeDom – Code Document Object Model GAC – Global Assembly Cache MSIL – Microsoft Intermediate Language SOAP – Simple Object Access Protocol PDB – Program Database Pinvoke – Platform Invoke SDPS – SharePoint Deployment Sharing Services DLR – Dynamic Language Runtime VBL – Virtual Build Labs VCS – Version Control System CMMI – Capability Maturity Model Integration SBC – Server-Based Computing VDI – Virtual Desktop Infrastructure SAML – Security Assertion Markup Language RIA – Rich Internet Applications DOM – Document Object Model XAML – Extensible Application Markup Language WSE – Web Services Enhancements
  • 2. RSS – Rich Site Summary / Really Simple Syndication JSON – JavaScript Object Notation REST – Representational State Transfer MARS – Multiple Active Result Sets MOSS 2007 – Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 WPF – Windows Presentation Foundation WCF – Windows Communication Foundation WWF – Windows Workflow Foundation XBAP – XML Browser Application XSLT – Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations UDDI – Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration IIS – Internet Information Services DTD – Document Type Definition DLL – Dynamic Link Library EXE – Executable CTS – Common Type System FCL – Framework Class Library DI – Dependency Injection IOC – Inversion of Control MBV – Marshal by Value MBR – Marshal by Reference URL – Uniform Resource Locator TCP – Transmission Control Protocol HTTP – HyperText Transfer Protocol AppDomain – Application Domain XHTML – Extensible HyperText Markup Language CSS – Cascading Style Sheets SCM – Service Control Manager HTML – HyperText Markup Language BAML – Binary Application Markup Language MIL – Media Integration Layer XOML – Extensible Object Markup Language RPC – Remote Procedure Call ASP – Active Server Pages ADO – Active Data Objects COM – Component Object Model SMTP – Simple Mail Transfer Protocol API – Application Programming Interface XSD – XML Schema Definition W3C – World Wide Web Consortium CSDL – Conceptual Schema Definition Language SSDL – Store Schema Definition Language MSL – Mapping Schema Language EDM – Entity Data Model OOP – Object-Oriented programming GC – Garbage Collector
  • 3. CLS – Common Language Specification SOA – Service Oriented Architecture TBS – Tabular Data Services RDL – Report Definition Language WCS – Windows Cardspace WWF – Windows Workflow Foundation ADO.NET – ActiveX Data Objects for .NET ASP.NET – Active Server Pages for .NET B2B – Business to Business B2C – Business to Consumer CIL – Common Intermediate Language VES – Virtual Execution System COFF – Common Object File Format CSC – C# command line compiler DCOM – Distributed Component Object Model DSI – Distributed System Initiative / Dynamic System Initiative ECMA – European Computer Manufacturers Association EIF – Enterprise Instrumentation Framework GDI – Graphics Device Interface GDI+ - Graphics Device Interface Plus IDL – Interface Definition Language MIDL – Microsoft IDL compiler IL – Intermediate Language PDA – Personal Digital Assistant MSDE – Microsoft Data Engine PE – Portable Executable OLE – Object Linking and Embedding NGSCB – Next Generation Secure Computing Base PIAs – Primary Interop Assemblies SEE – Secure Execution Environment SGML – Standard Generalized Markup Language SLAM – Specifications, Languages, Analysis and Model checking SDE – Smart Device Extensions SDM – System Definition Model WSUS – Windows Server Update Services WinFS – Windows Future System WPO – Whole Program Optimization XDR – XML Data Reduced Xlink – XML Linking Language XPath – XML Path Language XPointer – XML Pointer Language XSL – Extensible Stylesheet Language XQL – XML Query Language DDL – Data Definition Language DML – Data Manipulation Language GUID – Globally Unique Identifier
  • 4. TLB – Type Library RAD – Rapid Application Development MS –DTC – Microsoft Distributed Transaction Coordinator OLTP – Online Transaction Processing OLAP – Online Analytical Processing UDF – Uniform Data Format / User-Defined Function DBMS – Database Management System GUI – Graphic User Interface IDE – Integrated Development Environment ILDASM – Intermediate Language Disassembler SAX – Simple API for XML WAP – Wireless Access Protocol WKO – Well Known Object WML – Wireless Markup Language VSTS – Visual Studio Team Site VSS – Visual Source Safe VS – Visual Studio VS.NET – Visual Studio for >NET XML – Extensible Markup Language VBC.exe – VB.NET compiler

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