Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being extensible: as, the extensibility of a fiber or of a plate of metal.
- n. The capability of being extended
- n. computing A quality of design that takes possible future advances into consideration and attempts to accommodate them
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The quality of being extensible; the capacity of being extended.
“Semantic extensibility is harder, but can also be done.”
“Coflight is also the first FDP to enjoy an open architecture funded over Standard and Open Source middleware technologies to guarantee the long-term extensibility, scalability and availability of supply.”
“We’ve built in extensibility points, so you can add functionality to Facebook Open Platform like your own tags and API methods.”
“TV Raman made a comment a number of times that we need to partition the idea of extensibility into two parts: extending the platform vs. extending the language.”
“One of the primary reasons for doing this project is to give the back-end code a lot more extensibility, which is key in projects where you want to one day expand and improve on.”
“It supports IMAP and POP3 servers, has tabbed message browsing, advanced folder management, and the kind of extensibility that everyone has come to love in its sibling Firefox.”
“This Ars piece makes the case for more "extensibility" and interoperability en route to a primer on "Seed".”
“For that kind of extensibility and manageability, BIDPO felt that VMware's virtualized cloud platform was the best fit for the project.”
“The dll is licensed with the product - you're allowed to use the dll with the product, or for "extensibility" with the product (in this case office).”
“Besides being free, the advantage of this statistical software is its "extensibility" feature.”
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