scripting language

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script·ing language

n. Computers
An interpreted language, especially one used to control other applications.
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By writing code in a scripting language you tell the Web server how to combine the database with the templates.
AUSTIN, Texas -- The Silicon Integration Initiative (Si2) today announced the "OpenAccess Scripting Language Workshop" co-located event being hosted at the Design Automation Conference (DAC) show to be held at the San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA, from June 5-9, 2011.
Along with the existing C++ API, these new implementations of the OpenAccess API enable CAD developers and chip designers alike to easily extract and manipulate design data using their favorite scripting language.
The study concluded that PHP was the best all around scripting language for web applications with a large community and lots of readily available tools.
This Survey Explores: demographics, platform use and migrations, language usage, scripting language use, Web services & SOA, SaaS & Cloud Computing, open source software, web and mobile development, architecture and technology adoption, and development tools and agile development.
The book explores Windows PowerShell's powerful underlying technologies and its flexible scripting language, with a focus on easy, clear instruction of core techniques so readers can quickly learn to use the software.
1 includes comprehensive new support for Windows PowerShell[TM] the new Windows command line shell and scripting language released today by Microsoft Corporation.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Adobe Systems Incorporated (Nasdaq:ADBE) and the Mozilla Foundation, a public-benefit organization dedicated to promoting choice and innovation on the Internet, today announced that Adobe has contributed source code for the ActionScript[TM] Virtual Machine, the powerful standards-based scripting language engine in Adobe[R] Flash[R] Player, to the Mozilla Foundation.