Channel Definition Format


Channel Definition Format
Channel Definition Format
 
[Abk. CDF, dt. »Kanaldefinitionsformat«], ein Austauschformat für die Push-Technologie (Push) der Active Channels von Microsoft, die mit dem Internet Explorer 4.0 eingeführt wurde. Durch die Push-Technologie wird es möglich, den Internetnutzern regelmäßig aktualisierte Dokumente zum Offline-Lesen auf den Rechner zu schicken.

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