Mozilla and "XML Applications" Talk at XML Europe 2000
Monday June 12th, 2000
Brian King writes, "I'll be giving a talk at XML Europe 2000 next week, and it will draw heavily on the XML technologies in Mozilla. The official title is: 'Fabula: bi-lingual, multi-media, children's storybook software based on XML and Mozilla'
The Conference runs from Tuesday to Friday (13th - 16th), and I will be talking during the technical track on Friday morning. The talk will give an introduction to the project, a quick demo of the software, and thereafter a look under the lid at some of the technical details. I will conclude by pushing the idea of Mozilla as an excellent platform for creating (XML) applications.
We first brought Fabula to your attention in a news item back in April.
#1 Does anybody know what this might about?
Monday June 12th, 2000 5:33 PM
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#2 Fabula (mwa ha ha ha!)
Monday June 12th, 2000 6:48 PM
Fabula sounds like a vampire. "Fabula, the reluctant vampire who plays with children until they're gleeful before draining them of their lifeblood." Like a Tales from the Crypt or something.