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XUL: The Gatekeeper to Higher-level Web UIs
Why wait for XAML? XUL is available now, tightly integrated with the Mozilla browsers and provides a full framework for building desktop or Web applications.

Type: XUL  #Views: 2021  Category: Article    

Introducing XUL - The 'Net's Biggest Secret: Part 3
Over the last two weeks, we've taken a round trip of XUL. We've covered browsing, searching, and navigation. But what about the real-world implications of using UXL? Let's consider these now.

Type: XUL  #Views: 2067  Category: Article    

Introducing XUL - The 'Net's Biggest Secret: Part 2
As the last example demonstrated, using XUL, you can give your site's visitors a unique experience by modifying the browser to make navigation faster and easier. And, when you start throwing JavaScript into this mix, all sorts of powerful new opportunities arise. Here's a simple example, which displays a search box that’s always visible. It also demonstrates the potential for building forms with XUL.

Type: XUL  #Views: 1964  Category: Article    

Introducing XUL - The 'Net's Biggest Secret: Part 1
Here's a question: what if I was to tell you that you can write your own version of Word using something like HTML and JavaScript? What if I added that you could run on your hard disk or launch it directly from your Web server and use it to update your site's content? It sounds a little far fetched, I know, but it's right here, right now -- and it calls itself "Zool".

Type: XUL  #Views: 1935  Category: Article    

Fooling with XUL
With the interest and excitement surrounding Mozilla's approaching beta release, I decided it was time to put it through its paces. For a while now we have heard and seen presentations of XUL, the Extensible User Interface Language, which forms an integral part of Mozilla. Delegates at XTech 2000 were clearly excited by the project and its promise for delivering a richer user interface on the Web.

Type: XUL  #Views: 1838  Category: Article    

An Introductory Tour of Mozilla's XUL
XUL is an XML-based technology for expressing the GUI part of a software application. It has been used to express GUIs for applications as diverse as web browsers, email clients, calendars, calculators, spreadsheet editors, HTML editors, debuggers, and whole desktop environments.

Type: XUL  #Views: 2838  Category: Article    

Easing browser interface development
Browser engineers are cooking up a new way to create user interfaces that could have broad ramifications for application programming.

Type: XUL  #Views: 1663  Category: Article    

Hacking XUL and WXS-based Transformations
I am designing a new Mozilla browser for a university project, with the intention of making it more accessible for older people to browse the web. Could you give me a hand in the design of Mozilla skins?

Type: XUL  #Views: 1661  Category: Article    

Conjure Up XUL for Browser Flexibility
In Ghostbusters, Zuul is a minion of Gozer, the badass chick who at the end of the movie tried to destroy New York via the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man. On the Internet, an XML-based language for describing user interfaces, named XUL and pronounced just like "Zuul," is a minion of developers who desire a portable, robust, cross-platform language.

Type: XUL  #Views: 2887  Category: Article    

XUL Defines New User Interface Options
XUL is a new Netscape/Mozilla XML dialect that describes the elements of a traditional user interface. Faster and cleaner than HTML, it might just be the quickest way yet to code a UI.

Type: XUL  #Views: 972  Category: Article    

An Introductory Tour of Mozilla's XUL
XUL is an XML-based technology for expressing the GUI part of a software application. It has been used to express GUIs for applications as diverse as web browsers, email clients, calendars, calculators, spreadsheet editors, HTML editors, debuggers, and whole desktop environments. The free Mozilla platform—that is, the executable engine and libraries that accompany every Mozilla-based product—provides a fully-featured implementation of XUL. This article is a quick look at the main tags that Mozilla's XUL provides. Mozilla is also the name of the applications that will pick up where Netscape's products have stopped. It's a name worth getting used to.

Type: XUL  #Views: 994  Category: Article    

Easing browser interface development
Browser engineers are cooking up a new way to create user interfaces that could have broad ramifications for application programming.

Type: XUL  #Views: 844  Category: Article    

XUL Defines New User Interface Options
XUL is a new Netscape/Mozilla XML dialect that describes the elements of a traditional user interface. Faster and cleaner than HTML, it might just be the quickest way yet to code a UI.

Type: XUL  #Views: 813  Category: Article    

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