A Look At XMLTerm and the "Semantic UI"
Wednesday June 7th, 2000
R. Saravanan writes, "Just thought the mozillaZine community might be interested in commenting on my feature-length article on creating "semantic user interfaces" using Mozilla, with XMLterm as an example. It just appeared on XML.com."
If you haven't seen the coolness that is XMLTerm, I suggest clicking on the link above immediately. XMLTerm combines the utility of a Command Line Interface with the XML and rendering capabilities of Mozilla,to create a CLI/GUI hybrid. The interface itself is a dynamic XML document!
Also included in the article is a simple XML-RPC (Remote Procedure Call) application that queries a remote server to find out its supported methods and their descriptions.
Where can I find this mozilla2.gif I really like it but can't find it anywhere.
That's a really cool one... much more reminiscent of the obeygiant.com work of shepard fairey than the normal mozilla stuff. If anyone knows where that came from, please post...
#4 Get it right here
by gerbilpower <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Thursday June 8th, 2000 4:20 PM
It's been used in the Mozilla.dot Party flyer, it's nothing new.
I've only seen screenshots (it doesn't run on the Mac version that I know of) but it's pretty awesome.
#5 Re: XMLTerm is cool...
Thursday June 8th, 2000 4:39 PM
It doesn't run on the Mac version because it is just an interface to an underlying UN*X shell. Personally, I hope it gets decoupled from the actual shell (in which case it could even be used for DOS) and gets telnet capability. Now *that* would be sweet!
#7 Stuff that will be missed from NS4.x
Saturday June 10th, 2000 2:09 AM
Does anyone have a list of stuff that is currently missing from Mozilla that was in NS4.xx ? I mean stuff like LDAP, layer tag, roaming... etc.
Just wondering if such a list will give us an idea of how many features are missing from Mozilla that people might come to expect, and maybe suggestions on how these "missing" features can be replaced, added or worked around.
Oh! One more thing, a list of new features and what they do would be nice too. I know there have been many of such lists, but maybe a list that shows the new features in relation to the "missing" ones would be nice.