Front End Sample Clauses

Front End. Software that makes a modification of a target computer language dialect and embedded calls to other packages so that the language may be converted into Peritus Intermediate Language and subsequently processed through the Peritus technologies.
Front End. The entire user interface is planned to be developed in browser specific environment with a touch of Intranet-Based Architecture for achieving the Distributed Concept.The browser specific components are designed by using the HTML standards, and the dynamism of the designed by concentrating on the constructs of the Java Server Pages.
Front End. Fee for the Short Term Working Capital Facility under the Credit Facilities Agreement and the Overdraft Facility Within seven (7) days from the Effective Date of the Credit Facilities Agreement, the Borrower paid the front end fee for the Short Term Working Capital Facility under the Credit Facilities Agreement to IFCT for the amount of Baht 350,000 (Three Hundred Fifty Thousand Baht) and paid the front end fee for the Overdraft Facility to Bank of Ayudhya for the amount of Baht 50,000 (Fifty Thousand Baht).
Front End. The ISE Support Services Vendor(s) will support the deployment of partner-developed front-end resources within the GovCloud or private clouds.Customer-Furnished Support: A US Ignite-contracted web developer is responsible for developing and testing all resources related to the front-end. USACE ERDC-ITL will provide guidance on the requirements for these resources to be deployed within the GovCloud, and they will develop CI/CD pipelines and associated security scanners to support their deployment. Comparable support will be provided for private cloud instances leveraged for community projects.
Front End. FEE The Parent shall pay to the Arrangers the fees specified in the letter of even date herewith from the Arrangers to the Parent at the times, and in the amounts, specified in such letter.
Front End. Uranium (U) can be extracted from rock formations via open pit mining, underground mining, or through in situ leaching (ISL). Large volumes of low-level wastes and contaminated land are produced during U extraction. Close to the U mine, milling is completed to extract U from the ore or the ISL leachate. Yellowcake is then produced and is transported to a conversion facility to create uranium hexafluoride (UF6) (Crossland, 2012; WNA, 2022c). Natural U consists of 99.3% 238U and 0.7% 235U. The proportion of 235U must be enriched to a level of 3–5% for use in modern light water reactors. UF6, when in its gaseous state, is ideal for enrichment process via gas centrifugation (IAEA, 2011b). Fuel is then manufactured from the enriched U (NRC, 2014). Some fuels also have 239Pu added to the U (mixed oxide fuels).
Front End. Sass CSS pre-processor so that we can take advantage of things that CSS doesn’t have yet, or doesn’t do properly: variables; nesting (used sparingly); CSS partials / includes; media queries used more like element queries; mixins.JavaScript task runners like Grunt and Gulp, with lots of plugins. These handle code linting, image minification, processing Sass into CSS, concatenation and minification of CSS and JS, and running tests. CHAPTER 6‌ Tutorials This section contains a deeper look at some of the technologies that we use and how we use them.
Front End. In order to interact with users, we develop a website to instruct users to submit their interested videos. Fig.2 shows the illustration of the front-end interface. The steps for users to submit videos are as following:
Front End. As services may well be introduced in environments and industries that are diverse as well as subject to rapid change, the front-end is intended to be highly responsive to the requirements and preferences of the customer. It is therefore necessary to engage in activities that enable the organisation to sense market trends, solicit feedback from customers, and combine skill-sets to improve existing services (Miller, Hope, Eisenstat, Foote & Galbraith, 2002) as well as design new offerings (Day, 1994; Meyer & Detore, 2001; Zahra & George, 2002). The idea is to exploit the economies of repetition derived from back-end capabilities coupled with market knowledge in order to derive economies of scope. Again, we may delineate the front-end of service provision in two layers: service concept and client interface. The ser- vice concept essentially describes the nature and function of a service. A service concept may be a single service that originates with one or multiple parties (Ballantyne et al, 2011; Vargo & Lusch, 2011), or aggregated bundles of services (Tuli, Kohli & Bharadwaj, 2007; Storbacka, 2011). The client interface represents the manner in which the service is designed to highlight its value vis-à-vis the specific needs of an individual customer (Cantù, Corsaro & Snehota, 2012; Jaakkola & Hakanen, 2013). It may entail transposing an existing service into an entirely new context (Tuli et al, 2007), a phenomenon sometimes referred to as position innovation (Francis & Bessant, 2005).
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