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2.2 Shopping and Social on the Web
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A way of expressing the worst-case run-time of an algorithm, useful for comparing the speed of two algorithms.
A program downloaded as part of a web page executed by the browser on the user's computer.
Database management system, a software suite designed to organize and search data.
Derived Data Set
Data selected or calculated from another data set using algorithms.
Buying and selling of goods online.
First Normal Form
The most important three requirements of a database for optimization.
An HTTP method in which the client requests data such as a webpage. The client might provide some data as part of the request in the query string of the URL.
A new version of Hypertext Markup Language finalized in Fall 2014.
A client-side scripting language used to write programs that are embedded in web pages, often to make a web page more interactive.
The most common version of the Structured Query Language, a language for creating, maintaining, and querying a database.
Optimizing a database for maintenance, memory usage, and access speed.
Database management systems that handle non-relational data like documents, increasingly used for maintaining and querying the large amounts of data from the Internet. Queries can be made using "Not only Structured Query Language."
"PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor," named recursively, is the most common server-side scripting language, allowing a web server to produce a web page "on the fly" based on data provided by the client.
An HTTP method that accepts data from the client, such as posting a comment on a website. This method is used any time the state of the server will be changed.
The column in a data table in which each row contains a unique identifier.
Database with multiple tables of data in which the tables have some column in common, allowing for cross-referencing of tables.
The misnomer stands for "Request for comments." RFCs are official, finalized documents about Internet standards and protocols from the Internet Engineering Task Force.
A planning tool used to estimate time and value of tasks and avoid anchoring.
Second Normal Form
Requires a database in First Normal Form and further optimizes it.
A program executed on a web server before packets are sent to the client.
When a logical expression's result is returned without evaluation of some part of the expression, increasing efficiency.
Third Normal Form
Requires a database in Second Normal Form and further optimizes it, generally regarded as fine-tuning.
W3C Technical Report
A final document on a standard or protocol from the World Wide Web Consortium.
W3C Working Group
An organization within the World Wide Web Consortium focused on one W3C Activity intended to develop or evolve a web technology.
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