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snap-in

adj
able to be attached or inserted quickly and easily
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showcase the potential of the Engagement Development Platform; the ease of snap-in
Now you can shrink your power supply or motor drive with a 1/2" flatpack handling the ripple current of two or three snap-in capacitors, and revel in your ultra compact and reliable design.
The Avaya Snapp Store, the industrys first eCommerce marketplace for business communication Snap-in applications from Avaya and 3rd party developers.
The winning patent is now part of Avaya s Engagement Solutions portfolio, supporting the Avaya Engagement Assistant Snap-in. Avaya Snap-ins are modular, reusable code or capabilities that connect, enable, or facilitate a specific application s action or outcome in a business IT environment.
In addition, Avaya Breeze enables rapid development and integration of customized or pre-built applications known as Avaya Snap-Ins from Avaya and third-party developers.
The addition of Avaya Breeze enables Florius to innovate quickly, allowing the company to take advantage of pre-made, ready-to-use Snap-Ins as well as quickly and easily create and integrate its own applications for a differentiated customer experience.
He covers getting started and setting up; the basics of PowerShell; the PowerShell pipeline; PowerShell providers, modules, and snap-ins; the complete beginner's guide to objects; filtering and limiting; creating simple scripts; more work with objects; to the many to the few--PowerShell remoting; useful PowerShell tools; using PowerShell to manage Office 365; desired state configuration; and common administrative tasks with PowerShell.
Visitors to the stand will be able to see them innovate in real-time, creating snap-ins on the Breeze platform that cover everything from location-based alerts to augmented reality solutions.
Salesforce has introduced Service Cloud Lightning Snap-ins to help companies provide connected, personalized service across any device.
* portal snap-ins that enable customers to simply "snap" their preferred portal features into any Web page without have to launch a separate knowledgebase portal;