online version

online version

An application that is available over the Web, typically via the Web browser. Contrast with "desktop version," which is installed in the user's machine. See Web application.
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Nine out of 10 NZNO members read their monthly magazine, Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand (Kai Tiaki), and nearly half would prefer getting an online version rather than a printed copy.
"The Mississippi Encyclopedia is an amazing resource for students, teachers, and anyone interested in Mississippi's rich history and culture," says Stuart Rockoff, executive director of the Mississippi Humanities Council, which helped create and finance the online version.
It is recommeneded to use the online version so you always have the latest version.
Northwestern University in Qatar (NU-Q) will be offering an online version of its course on Arabic for Media.
Challenges has debuted an English-language online version for diaspora with English-language preference.
The corrected sentence should read "'Intuitively, we may think that the proportion of cases in which the two ratings are the same (in this example, 65.5% [(66+65)/200]) would be a reasonable measure of agreement." This change was made to the online version on the Shanghai Archives of Psychiatry website as of 3 April 2015.
We will be able to provide printed copies as "print-on-demand" for those subscribers who cannot access the online version of the journal.
The printed copy of the August 15 News contained some minor discrepancies from the online version of the "Biennial Bar rules proposals" notice.
FIRST Minister Carwyn Jones has launched an online version of the Dictionary of the Welsh Language.
I enjoy reading through Shooting Industry every month and I just looked at the online version. I had noticed your promotion of the digital edition in the magazine, but had not looked into it.
A COUNCIL will be releasing a hard copy and an online version of a controversial report into historic child abuse.