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What does ALM stand for?
ALM stands for AppWare Loadable Module (Novell NetWare)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 152 other meanings of ALM in our Acronym Attic
- ALM Airline, Netherlands Antilles (ICAO code)
- American Lawyer Media (New York, NY)
- American Leprosy Missions
- American Limited Models (trains; Durango, CO)
- Angry Little Man (gaming)
- Antilliaanse Luchtvaart Maatschappij (Dutch Antillean Airlines)
- Application Lifecycle Management
- Application Loadable Module
- Appropriate Management Level (various organizations)
- Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Landesmedienanstalten in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland
- Arkansas and Louisiana Missouri Railway Company
- Army Learning Model (US Army)
- Asset Liability Management
- Asset Liability Modeling (finance)
- Asset Library Mechanism
- Association for Linen Management (Richmond, KY)
- Association of Lloyd's Members
- Association pour la Lecture de Mediapart (French: Mediapart Reading Association)
- Associazione Laicale Missionaria (Italian)
Samples in periodicals archive:
AppWare is a visual high-level, object-based programming environment for Macintosh and Windows that allows developers to rapidly construct network applications using components called AppWare Loadable Modules (ALMs).
AppWare's native components, known as AppWare Loadable Modules or ALMs, are "programmed" by linking them together visually on screen, as in a flow chart.
As Novell provides network services and groupware functions to application developers through AppWare and AppWare Loadable Modules (ALMs) and Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), the number of network applications will grow.
Integrating AppWare with PROGRESS will provide the market with a 4GL- based ADE for rapidly developing AppWare Loadable Modules (ALMs).