application development language


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical.

application development language

[‚ap·lə′kā·shən di′vel·əp·mənt ‚laŋ·gwij]
(computer science)
A very-high-level programming language that generates coding in a conventional programming language or provides the user of a data-base management system with a programming language that is easier to implement than conventional programming languages.
References in periodicals archive ?
The Ross integrated suite of client/server software encompasses financial, manufacturing, human resources and distribution applications, complemented by a fourth generation application development language.
Ross Systems' integrated suite of client/server solutions encompasses financial, manufacturing, human resources and distribution applications, complemented by a fourth generation application development language.
0(R) an enhanced version of its Business BASIC application development language, based on Java(TM).
Ross' integrated suite of client/server solutions encompasses financial, manufacturing, human resources and distribution systems applications, complemented by a fourth generation application development language.
The company's TAME (Tag Activated Markup Enhancer) software is a rapid application development language for Web/intranet/browser solutions.
Ross Systems products encompass financial, manufacturing, human resource and distribution systems applications, complemented by a fourth generation application development language.
Full browser ?