a program that extends the capabilities of another program. They are most commonly encountered on the Web to enable users to view multimedia and interactive files, for example RealPlayer, and QuickTime.
A smaller "add-on" computer program which works in conjunction with a larger application. Usually a plugin enhances the capabilities of the program it is "plugged" into. Web browsers like Netscape Navigator have many plugins which allow a user to do everything from viewing QuickTime VR animations to visiting VRML worlds to hearing real audio.
A program that adds a specific audio or video feature to a computer system
This is a piece of code that adds a service or feature to the framework of Meedio. Plugins come in four different types: [see also Module
A small addition to a software program, such as a browser, that either enables tasks not otherwise available, or enhances a specific type of functionality in the browser. Shutterfly uses a plug-in to make uploading to your online photo album smoother and faster. Other examples of plug-ins used by Web browsers are Macromedia's Flash or Shockwave, and RealNetworks RealPlayer.
A plugin is an compiled dynamic library of functions that can be loaded into Yacas at run time. After loading a plugin, the functions implemented in the library become available as new Yacas functions. Currently plugins have to be written in C++. See also: DllLoad , MakeFunctionPlugin .
A program that is used to enhance a browser. 3dOnThe.Net uses plugins from Cycore and Macromedia.
A plugin is a (additional) software module providing specific functions or features for a program, e.g. a WWW browser.
Your browser can't do everything on its own. Certain files - usually movies and sounds - which can be included in a Web page require a plugin in order to be used. The most popular plugins are Shockwave, Flas, Realplayer, and Quicktime.
A plug-in is a software module that "plugs in" to a larger program to add a specific feature or service to the larger system, e.g., Clauses plugs in to GhostFill.
a bundle of code, resources and a special configuration file that can be dropped into a Confluence server to add new functionality, or change the behaviour of existing features
a component or object which can be used by your application at runtime even though it may not have been included in your application originally, much like a Visual Studio or Microsoft Office Add-In
a component or object whose implementation will be defined in an assembly that is not part of the application's original distribution, but is loaded dynamically at runtime and integrated seamlessly
a computer program that can interact with a major software package to enhance its capability
a container for a group of modules
a file that gets imported just like a regular Python module
a (frequently optional) software component that is used to extend the functionality of a software application
a function that generates dynamic page content
a group of php functions that can extend the functionality present in a standard WordPress weblog
a Java class which extends the functionallity of STRAP
a mechanism for consuming and rendering a resource type with the most common being Acrobat and Flash
a module in SD with certain functions
a module that is loaded during runtime
an additional application that is used by a browser to load other file types besides what the browser would load on its own
an add-on program that helps you view additional content that the browser alone doesn't understand
an special program that let's your browser identify the FLASH movies, download and visualize them correctly
a part of the Fusebox methodology that lets us extend Fusebox without having to modify the core files
a piece of code that adds cool features and functionality into your AIM Triton service
a piece of code that adds features and functionality into the AIM client
a piece of software or a program that operates within the web browser like the shockwave movie player and a player/helper application normally operates outside the browser like the Netoob movie player
a piece of software that acts as an add-on to a web browser and gives the browser additional functionality
a piece of software that adds extra features to a software package
a piece of software that extends the basic capability of a browser
a piece of software that extends the Movable Type publishing platform in one of a number of ways
a piece of software that is added on to Internet Explorer allowing staff and students to access many of the QUT Library's CD-ROM based databases
a program that enhances a web browser's capabilities
a program that works with your browser (i
a program that works with your browser to give added functionality
a program which, when installed, will add functionality to your web browser
a regular Perl module that conforms to a particular object-oriented interface, allowing it to be loaded into and used automatically by the Template Toolkit
a shared library of functions that can be loaded dynamically into a running Crystal Space application
a small addon to a web browser that allows it to show the special content
a small computer file that allows you to extend the capabilities of your web browser by enabling it to support new types of content (audio, video, etc
a small piece of interface software, specifically designed for each application, that allows your computer to erase this information
a small piece of interface software that allows your computer to erase the history of the last used files within certain desktop applications like image viewers, graphical editors, chat, email, readers, etc
a small piece of software which can be added to web browsers
a small program that add extra features to your web browser
a small program that adds a whole new range of events, actions and variables to LCDC (for a better explanation see here )
a small program that can be "plugged into" another program to add features and functionality
a small program that 'plugs in' to your browser to extend the capabilities in a specific way - giving you, for example, the ability to play audio samples or view video movies from within your browser
a software component that provides a single service that is not mandatory to run an agency and simply extends the functionality of it
a software module that extends BabasChess, adding new features
An add on feature for your browser that increases it's functionality, usually multimedia enhancements.
software that allows you to use multimedia elements directly in your web browser or through a special player that runs outside your browser. For example, Macromedia Flash is a plugin that will allow you to view interactive animations directly in your web browser. The Real One player is a helper application that can play in your browser or launch as a separate player outside your browser. For details on some common plugins used at the college, see Software and Plugins for Online Learning. (more details: Plugins Tutorial: Learnthenet.com)
An 'addon' to a browser, usually one that lets the viewer see additional content or sound. The most popular example being the Macromedia Flash plugin.
add-on program used to display or play some multimedia content found on a web document. It can usually be easily downloaded if your browser is not yet able to display or play that kind of information.
optional component of modular software
An add-on for the visitors browser that allows the browser to display additional types of content.
There are many things that your browser can do such as displaying images and web pages. Other things are beyond its capabilities and that's where the plug-ins are introduced. Shockwave and RealAudio are examples of plug-ins required for audio and video.
software module that "plugs in" an application in order to give it a specific additional functionality.
a helper application that enhances your browser performance (e.g. viewing movies or animation).
An extension of the functionality of a computer program. Well-known »browser PlugIns« include »Shockwave«, »QuickTime«, »Acrobat Reader« and »Real Player«. A download of these products is usually free of cost. These small supplementary programs, sometimes described as »Xtra« or »Extensions«, enable a browser to display websites with multi-media content.
A small program that can be called by a browser to display certain types of content.
a software add on for browsers which adds new facilities, such as audio and video.
A program module that gives additional capability to a software package. Plug-ins are widely used in image editing programs such as Photoshop to add a filter for some special effect. Plug-ins are added to Web browsers to enable them to support new types of content (audio, video, etc.).
An add-on to a software that provides additional features not available originally in the application.
A hardware or software module that adds a specific feature or service to a larger system.
Small software accessory programs that work with a Web browser to give it added capabilities such as the ability to play sounds or video. Plug-ins must be installed on your computer in advance to view the content
Prepackaged server-side extension that adds all sorts of additional functions, seamlessly integrated into TWiki. Details...
A piece of software that adds features to a larger piece of software. For example Shockwave is a plugin for a WWW browser that allows the use of sound and graphics that the browser alone can't handle.
A piece of software that has to be installed on a visitors computer before they can access certain content or perform a certain action on a website. Examples include Adobe Acrobat reader to read PDF's and Macromedia Flash to be able to access Flash content or functionality.
Software that extends the capabilities of a browser or other program so that nonstandard file formats can be viewed or manipulated. For example, the Chime plugin allows viewing of PDB format molecular models in the browser window.
a TWiki feature add-on; a Perl module that enhances TWiki, through the Plugin API spec; named _Plugin.pm, ex: SomePlugin.pm ( TWikiPlugins)
chiamato anche in italiano "plugin", software che si aggiunge ad un altro programma
New versions of both Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer are built in a modular style to allow users to add new browser technology as soon as it becomes available. For example, if a new Internet video technology comes out, users will be able to add that feature as a plugin to their existing browser rather than purchase or download an entirely new browser.
A program that works with browsers to play audio and video.
An extension, similar to modules, that can be executed within browsers to take advantage or be compatible with certain functions.
A program module that adds inline functionality to a Web browser (or, in general, any other program). On the Web, plugins let Web browsers display data such as VRML scenes, real-time video, or multimedia data inline with the HTML document. Plugins, when available, are accessed through HTML EMBED or OBJECT elements.
A plugin (or plug-in) is a computer program that interacts with a main (or host) application (a web browser or an email program, for example) to provide a certain, usually very specific, function on-demand.