DART

(redirected from JavaScript)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Financial, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

DART

Abbreviation for:
Developmental And Reproductive Toxicology
Diet And Reinfarction Trial
Drug and Alcohol Resistance Training (Medspeak-UK)
Drug and Alcohol Registry of Treatment
References in periodicals archive ?
The 2019 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report: Executive Summary substantiates the prevalence of JavaScript attacks.
The JS Foundation works to facilitate collaboration within the JavaScript development community to ensure its projects maintain the quality and diverse contribution bases that provide for long-term sustainability.
Almost uniquely in modern programming languages, JavaScript has a non-blocking asynchronous event model.
However, the approach of CSP which relies on functionality-level or origin-level granularity for simplicity has essentially-brought a lot of unsolved problems in protection against malicious HTML and JavaScript code.
Part of the genius of this quirky book is Croll's ability to be literary observer, code critic, and the creator of the Javascript "assignments" themselves, each managing to capture the style of the author with eerie verisimilitude.
If you want to develop natively on a mobile platform you can use a tool called Appcelerator which will bridge Javascript to native languages for those devices.
In this paper, JsSandbox is presented, a system that dynamically analyzes malicious JavaScript code using a debugging technique.
The researchers documented JavaScript code secretly collecting browsing histories of Web users through "history sniffing" and sending that information across the network.
( A faster JavaScript engine means sites like Gmail, Facebook and even Gizmodo don't just load faster, but runs more quickly.)" Seems like the latest version has got Microsoft back into the browser game which it had been losing to Mozilla's Firefox and Google's Chrome.
It's a powerful set of JavaScript libraries for selecting elements and then operating on them using a CSS-like syntax.
Microsoft also announced that it will contribute to the development of new features and enhancements in the jQuery JavaScript Library and shared the release of new software development kits (SDKs) for the Open Data Protocol (OData) that make it easier for developers to access data from the cloud to create more compelling cross-platform Web applications.
Opera Software's beta of Opera 10.5 leapfrogged every rival to become the world's fastest browser, benchmark tests show.<p>Already released and powered by a new JavaScript engine, Opera 10.5 beat all comers to easily take the top speed spot.<p>According to tests run by Computerworld, Opera 10.5 was nearly 15% faster than Safari for Windows and almost 20% faster than Google's Chrome, the previous No.