Just-in-time meaning

A production and inventory system that has supplies arriving just as they are needed. Just-in-time systems save companies money and time because they don’t have to pay for storage space or manage as much inventory. Just-in-time inventory strategies were embraced by the Japanese when they rebuilt their industry after World War II. In the U.S., just-in-time was slower to catch on, but it now is frequently used.
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(operations) Of a manufacturing system in which components are delivered at the precise time required, thus minimizing inventory carrying costs.
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(computing) Performing compilation of code on the client machine immediately before execution.
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At the last possible moment; just before or within the assigned time.
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