Toolkit vs Toolbox - What's the difference?

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Toolbox is a related term of toolkit.

Toolkit is a related term of toolbox.

Toolkit is a related term of toolbox.


In context|computing|lang=en terms the difference between toolkit and toolbox

is that toolkit is (computing) a set of basic components for developing software while toolbox is (computing) a set of pre-existing routines for use in writing new programs.

As nouns the difference between toolkit and toolbox

is that toolkit is an assembly of tools while toolbox is a storage case for tools.

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

toolkit

Alternative forms

* tool kit

Noun

(en noun)
  • An assembly of tools.
  • (computing) A set of basic components for developing software.
  • toolbox

    Noun

    (toolboxes)
  • A storage case for tools.
  • (computing) A set of pre-existing routines for use in writing new programs.
  • (slang) Dumbass or idiot.