In Google Analytics, it is the average number of pages on a site that visitors view during a single session.
An interpreted programming language that is included in most versions of UNIX. The name is derived from the initials of its creators — Alfred Aho, Peter Weinberger, and Brian Kernighan — who developed the language in 1977 and 1978. The language is particularly designed for filtering and manipulating textual data. In this respect, it is […]
Short for business-to-government, B2G is the exchange of services, information and/or products from one business to a government agency, as opposed to between a business and a consumer (see B2C) or between two businesses (B2B).
- BAK file
In DOS systems, a file with a.BAK extension, indicating that the file is a backup. Many applications produce BAK files as part of their autosave procedure. Periodically, you may want to search for BAK files and delete old ones.
Short for BSD, Apache, MySQL, Perl/Python/PHP BAMP is an open source Web development platform that is a variation to the LAMP stack. BAMP uses BSD as the operating system, Apache as the Web server, MySQL as the RDBMS, and PHP as the object-oriented scripting language. Perl or Python may be substituted for PHP. See LAMP.
Acronym for Beginner’s All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code. Developed by John Kemeney and Thomas Kurtz in the mid 1960s at Dartmouth College, BASIC is one of the earliest and simplest high-level programming languages. During the 1970s, it was the principal programming language taught to students, and continues to be a popular choice among educators. Despite its […]