(Application Programming Interface) An interface for letting a program communicate with another program. In web terms: An interface for letting web browsers or web servers communicate with other programs. (See also Active-X and Plug-In)
(Active Server Pages) A Microsoft technology allowing the insertion of server executable scripts in web pages.
(Audio Video Interleave) File format for video files. Video compression technology developed by Microsoft.
In web terms: The starting point or ending point of a hyperlink.
An open source web server. Mostly for Unix, Linux and Solaris platforms.
In web terms: the method used to verify the identity of a user, program or computer on the web.