What does DTP stand for?
DTP stands for Development Tools Project (Eclipse Foundation)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 182 other meanings of DTP in our Acronym Attic
- Demokratik Toplum Partisi (Turkish: Democratic Society Party)
- Demonstrator Test Plan
- Department for Transportation Payments
- Department of Transport
- Desktop Pipeline (web newsletter)
- Desktop Procedure
- Desktop Publishing
- Detailed Test Plan
- Development Test Plan
- Developmental Therapeutics Program
- Developmental Threat Package
- Développement Techniques Plastiques (French: Plastic Development Techniques)
- Devin Townsend Project (band)
- Digital Textile Printing
- Digital To (Printing) Plate
- Diphtérie, Tétanos, Poliomyélite (French: Diphtheria, Tetanus, Polio)
- Diphtheria, Tetanus and Pertussis
- Direct to Pharmacy (supply chain)
- Direct Trigger Point
Samples in periodicals archive:
By working closely with Eclipse, and proposing a new open source mobile development tools project, we will provide the more than two million registered developers in our Forum Nokia program with complete integrated tool packages optimized for Nokia platforms, ," said Pertti Korhonen, executive vice president and chief technology officer, Nokia.
On November 7, 2001, IBM published the source code to the Eclipse platform and Java Development Tools project (JDT).
Grady Booch of IBM Rational, Gregor Kiczales of the University of British Columbia, Erich Gamma of the Eclipse Java Development Tools project, and John Wiegand of the Eclipse Platform project.
Following the tradition established by the Eclipse C Development Tools and Java Development Tools projects, the Visual Editor Project works to deliver first-class reference development tools.
The AspectJ Development Tools project provides Eclipse platform based support for AOSD that seeks to deliver a user experience that is consistent with existing Java Development Tools (JDT).