An open development environment means that during the development process, programmers can use their favorite tools, such as code editors and resource tools.
What does ODE stand for?
ODE stands for Open Development Environment
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 84 other meanings of ODE in our Acronym Attic
- Office of Device Evaluation
- Office of Distance Education (various schools)
- Offline Diagnostics Environment
- Ohio Department of Education
- Oklahoma Department of Education
- Old-Dog Encephalitis
- On Device Encryption (various companies)
- On-Duty Electrical (mechanic)
- Online Data Entry
- Open Database Engine (WhamTech Inc.)
- Open Dynamics Engine
- Operator Data Entry
- Opposite Drive End (motors)
- Optimal Driver for Enterprise (software)
- Oral Deaf Education
- Orbital Data Explorer (US NASA)
- Ordinary Differential Equation(s)
- Oregon Department of Education
- Organization Development & Effectiveness (various locations)
- Orientation Drive Electronics (NASA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Our open development environment with simple APIs delivers extensible flexibility with a unique clustering technology for 99.
Our open development environment with simple APIs delivers extensibility with a unique clustering technology for 99.
ThingMagic has always embraced open development environments, which is why we chose to build our products on Linux.
We're delighted with how the power, open development environment and core graphics capabilities of Mac OS X have been harnessed to address the needs of the creative community," said Ron Okamoto, Apple vice president of Worldwide Developer Relations.
Motion control products include Cimetrix Open Development Environment product family, which provides PC-based solutions for motion intensive applications such as surface mount technology equipment, electronics assembly equipment, robotics, and machine tools.
The InnerLoop open development environment for Verilog, VHDL, SystemC, and C/C++ enables hardware design engineers to increase productivity by optimizing tool chain iterations and efficiently navigating languages commonly used in electronic design.
The advantage of this open development environment is that tools from different vendors work together seamlessly, letting developers choose the right tools to meet their project needs.