extensible extensible


  • (adj) capable of being protruded or stretched or opened out


  1. Upon reaching the waiting jet, an extensible ramp locks into the plane's door, and the passengers walk into the plane without ever being exposed to the weather.
  2. Another, the black swallower, has an extensible stomach, convenient for heavy, infrequent meals.


  1. BlazeMeter Announces New Relic Performance Testing Plugin

    BlazeMeter, provider of the Apache JMeter™ compatible load testing platform for developers, today announced its plugin is now available for the new New Relic Platform, an open and extensible APM SaaS platform ...
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Marketwired via Yahoo! Finance

  2. World's First Open SaaS Platform From New Relic Lets Developers Monitor Everything

    New Relic Inc., the software analytics company, is introducing a new, open and extensible APM SaaS platform for modern software builders, enabling a seamless view to monitor any technology through New ...
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Marketwired via Yahoo! Finance


  1. "Q3 was yet another quarter which saw an increase in the contribution of consulting and enterprise business solutions, which now stands at 42% of revenue. Satyam's ability to architect innovative and extensible solution frameworks in this area has...
    on Jan 19, 2007 By: Ramalinga Raju Source: Prdomain Business Register (press release)

  2. "I don't do anything that isn't extensible," Spector told 1UP.com. "And I will certainly feel like that I have not done my job if we can't make other games in this world with these characters. In my head, I've got two more planned."
    on Nov 3, 2009 By: Warren Spector Source: MTV.com

  3. "MindTouch is enabling businesses to seamlessly connect legacy systems, Web 2.0 applications and Web-services inside an open, extensible wiki framework. Convergence of information and talent is critical to the modern IT infrastructure," said...
    on Feb 6, 2008 By: Larry Augustin Source: FOXBusiness

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