deco's Glossary

Dive into our comprehensive content management and web development glossary. Discover key terms essential to understanding the world of deco, the universal Git-based CMS for high-performance websites, apps, and storefronts with Deno, HTMX, JSX, and Tailwind.

API

API is an acronym for Application Programming Interface. This application has a set of rules that allow interaction between different types of systems. For example, deco’s platform and your ecommerce platform.

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Backlog

A backlog is a prioritized list of tasks and features to be completed in a project or product management. It can represent a clear path to achieving the company’s goals and delivering valuable results.

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Code editor

A code editor is a tool for writing and editing source code. These types of text editors have features that specifically help write a programming language, such as syntax highlighting and debugging.

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Design System

A collection of reusable design components and guidelines for building a uniform user interface to ensure a consistent user experience.

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Error fallback

Error fallback is an approach to handling errors in a manner that allows for agile recovery, offering alternative courses of action or messages.

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Frontend

The frontend of an application is related with the visual components, which users directly interact with in the interface

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GraphQL

GraphQL is a query language with a focus on facilitating client-server interactions. It allows clients to request specific data from databases using APIs

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HTMX

HTMX is a library that combines HTML and XMLHttpRequest to enable complex interactions using HTML instead of JavaScript, simplifying development.

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Integration

Integrating different systems to operate together and enhance overall functionality and operational efficiency.

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JSX

JSX is a syntax extension for JavaScript that simplifies the incorporation of HTML-like code within JavaScript, making the development of user interfaces easier.

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Localization

Localization in a software context means adapting it for different languages, regions, and cultures to ensure usability and relevance in various realities

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Multichannel

Multichannel is the strategic marketing practice of engaging customers across various channels such as email, social media, and websites separately.

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Open-source

Open-source software is defined as software with source code that allows individuals to inspect, modify, and enhance it for free.

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Python

Python is widely recognized as a high-level programming language known for its exceptional readability and versatility.

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