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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Challenges has debuted an English-language online version for diaspora with English-language preference.
Each deal title links via Weblink to an online version of the deal record and where available, the contract document, providing easy access to each contract document on demand.
I enjoy reading through Shooting Industry every month and I just looked at the online version.
The Land Registry has launched an online version of its teaching kit, titled "Decoding Land Registration", for the subject of Liberal Studies in the New Senior Secondary curriculum.
A COUNCIL will be releasing a hard copy and an online version of a controversial report into historic child abuse.
The Unesco World Heritage Centre and Panasonic have released an online version of the 2012 World Heritage Calendar in five languages.
It's a bit of a chore going online and logging in but the online version grows on you after a few days of use.
Masterfully compiled by Paul Hahn, the online version of this index can be found at http://library.
The price for a volume of the online version is less than half of that of the hard copy: US $120 for university libraries and other institutions, and US $50 for individuals.
In both the printed and the digital online version, each section is colour coded, highlighting special information and advertiser needs.
This has also been corrected in the online version of the article (available from www.
This new online version includes updates to the Note Editor page, larger text boxes in the Quotation and Summary/Paraphrase section, easier bibliographic information entry, additional buttons for viewing and organizing notes, and added teacher-monitoring tools.