Last modified on 4 April 2014, at 06:26

IAP

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IAP

  1. (computing) Integrated Access Point: a series of access points built into a single device and controlled by a single, multi-channel MAC resident on an array controller. Since the Multi-channel MAC is shared across all the IAPs, only the baseband, RF and power amplifier components exist on the IAP module boards. Each IAP module board contains a maximum of four IAPs (three 802.11a + one 802.11a/b/g).
  2. (computing) In-app purchase — a technology used in games and various other software that allows you to purchase virtual goods within the software.
    • 2012, Kevin Hoffman, Sams Teach Yourself Mac OS X Lion App Development in 24 Hours, Sams (2012), ISBN 9780672335815, page 318:
      [] but the metadata and application binary must be in iTunes Connect for you to manage your IAP products.
    • 2013, Will Luton, Free-to-Play: Making Money From Games You Give Away, New Riders (2013), ISBN 9780321919014, page 11:
      IAPs are the single biggest revenue source in all successful F2P games.
    • 2014, Jesse Freeman, Releasing HTML5 Games for Windows 8, O'Reilly Media (2014), ISBN 9781449360504, page 105:
      Crafting a viable and meaningful IAP system into your game takes a lot of thought and planning on your end.

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