Podcasting is similar in nature to RSS, which allows subscribers to subscribe to a set of feeds to view syndicated Web site content. With podcasting however, you have a set of subscriptions that are checked regularly for updates and instead of reading the feeds on your computer screen, you listen to the new content on on your iPod (or like device).
The format used for podcasting is RSS 2.0 with enclosures. The podcasting enclosures refer to all binary (non-text) downloads. You can read the text description of the enclosure before downloading the item to view.
)(v) To move the pointer on a display screen to select an item. Graphical user interfaces, such as the Macintosh interface, are often called point-and-click interfaces because a user typically points to an object on the screen and then clicks a button on the mouse. (n) In typography, a point is about 1/72 of an […]
- point and shoot
A type of digital camera (or camera setting) that offers users no additional manual settings or options. With point and shoot the camera focus, flash and all settings are automatically set by the camera enabling users to simply point the camera at the subject and press the shutter button.
- Point of Sale (POS)
Point of sale, or POS as it is more commonly abbreviated, refers to the capturing of data and customer payment information at a physical location when goods or services are bought and sold. The POS transaction is captured using a variety of devices which include computers, cash registers, optical and bar code scanners, magnetic card […]
- point-to-point videoconference
A videoconferencing which takes between two sites.
In aspect-oriented programming (AOP), pointcuts define the points in your model where advice will be applied.