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Gelecekte Firefox sizin için eklentileri artırır. - In the future, Firefox will upgrade plugins for you.

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A plugin is a program written by someone that is integrated into another application The program plugs into the application Plugins often provide additional functionality that isn't available in the application
An application which adds to the browser to allow access to specially encoded information i e ActiveX
A small piece of software that adds more features to another software program For example, plugins enable Web browsers to play audio and video
prepackaged add-on programs that add all sorts of additional functions, seamlessly integrated into the main program (see also: Plugin API)
a TWiki feature add-on; a Perl module that enhances TWiki, through the Plugin API spec; named <_>Plugin pm, ex: SomePlugin pm (TWiki Plugins)
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
Plugins are small programs that add particular functions to an existing application thus increasing functionality Browsers use plugins to reproduce multimedia content of particular formats (for example, QuickTime movies, Shockwave animations, etc )
                          (browser) program that can be installed with a browser that gives it added functionality Plugins are generally run when a page is sent from the server with a matching MIME-type
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
a TWiki feature add-on; a Perl module that enhances TWiki, through the Plugin API spec; named <_>Plugin pm, ex: SomePlugin pm (TWikiPlugins)
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
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 computer program that interacts with another to add a specific function, or to support a specific file format or device; a plug-in
A hardware or software module that adds a specific feature or service to a larger system For example, there are number of plug-ins for the Netscape Navigator browser that enable it to display different types of audio or video messages Navigator plug-ins are based on MIME file types
Addon KOS programs that have full access to the system and its resources Plugins behave much like a Knowbot Programs - they can create services and communicate with other processes There are two key difference between plugins an KPs First, plugins do not run in the restricted execution environment Second, plugins are stationary programs installed by the KOS administrator
A program that runs as part of another program, rather than just being launched by it
{i} additional software card that connects to a computer and communicates easily with the Internet and HTML files
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
a TWiki feature add-on; a Perl module that enhances TWiki, through the Plugin API spec; named <_>Plugin pm, ex: SomePlugin pm (TWikiPlugins?)
A plugin is a number of classes that can be loaded dynamically into a running Crystal Space application A plugin is represented by a dynamic library in a format suitable for the host operating system On Unix systems this is a so file and on Windows systems this is a dll file
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