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50 Commonly Used Acronyms in Software Development

Type in the meaning to the software acronyms.
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Last updated: February 19, 2021
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ES
ESMAScript
IDE
Integrated Development Environment
GUI
Graphic User Interface
IIFE
Immediately Invoked Function Expression
DOM
Document Object Model
JSON
JavaScript Object Notation
AJAX
Asynchronous JavaScript and XML
AVIF
AV1 Image File Format
HTML
HyperText Markup Language
XML
eXtensible Markup Language
SEO
Search Engine Optimization
UX
User Experience
JS
JavaScript
REGEX
Regular Expression
API
Application Programming Interface
CDN
Content Delivery Network
CMS
Content Management System
ERP
Enterprise Resource Planning
CRUD
Create, Read, Update, Delete
MVC
Model, View, Controller
UTC
Coordinated Universal Time
EOF
End of File
FIFO
First in First Out
FTP
File Transfer Protocol
SDK
Software Development Kit
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JDK
Java Development Kit
JRE
Java Runtime Environment
JVM
Java Virtual Machine
SOAP
Simple Object Access Protocol
SQL
Structured Query Language
JDBC
Java Database Connectivity
ORM
Object Relational Mapping
ETL
Extract, Transform, Load
OOP
Object-Oriented Programming
REST
Representational State Transfer
CSS
Cascading Style Sheets
CVS
Concurrent Versioning System
CSV
Comma-Serperated Values
TDD
Test-Driven Development
BDD
Behavior-Driven Development
XP
Extreme Programming
UAT
User Acceptance Training
AD
Active Directory
SAAS
Software as a Service
UUID
Universally Unique Identifier
WYSIWYG
What You See is What You Get
SMACSS
Scalable and Modular Architecture for CSS
SOLID
Single Responsibility, Open-Closed, Liskov Substitution, Interface Segregation, Dependency Inversion
YAGNI
You Ain't Gonna Need It
GNU
GNU's not Unix
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