A type of text-based Web site navigation that breaks the site into links of categories and sub-categories allowing major categories of information to be linked in a range of sequential order. Breadcrumb navigation is displayed to the user, so they can easily see exactly where that Web page is located within the Web site. While many types of Web sites use a breadcrumb navigation, it is becoming increasingly common for electronic commerce Web sites to display categories of products in this way.
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- break-out box
(1) A box that contains both connectors and ports that are used for attaching video and audio peripherals. A break-out box is part of a video digitizing systems. (2) A self-powered device used to test and rewire serial communications. It enables users to switch, cross and tie interface leads. One common type of break-out box […]
- break-even point
In the development of a new computer language, it is the point at which a compiler for the language can be written in the language itself and the original implementation language can be discarded in favor of using the working language to develop newer versions of itself.
The location in programming code that, when reached, triggers a temporary halt in the program. Programmers use breakpoints to test and debug programs by causing the program to stop at scheduled intervals so that the status of the program can be examined in stages.
Bricking is slang term used to mean rendering an iPhone or iPod touch inoperable.
A device that connects two local-area networks (LANs), or two segments of the same LAN that use the same protocol, such as Ethernet or Token-Ring.