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- verb transitive To
convert(content or information) into a formatcapable of being displayed on the Internet.
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Microsoft to 'webify' Office - Microsoft is finally doing what many have been clamoring for
"L'esprit d'escalier: not a play in one act" which is in my collection The Chains that you Refuse, and which I really ought to webify one of these days.
NTC , is more enthusiastic about Silicon Valley's attempts to webify television, and he's been following Google
The purse strings have loosened slightly this year and Baker outline a project to webify business applications for internal use.
I'm a child prodigy, and I've worked with the University of Amsterdam's Psychology department (quite some years ago) to test and digitize / webify their IQ-tests.
LR: Oh, absolutely: I’m a coder meaning a programmer, and I webify things for a living when I’m not writing books.
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