XUL Tutorial at Zvon
Friday August 18th, 2000
Jiri Znamenacek writes, "Another Zvon announcement: This week we have published another Mozilla related resource - "XUL reference with examples". Besides that you can see all examples 'on the fly' together with their sources, the whole thing is written with XUL itself. Almost all texts for the reference came from Ian Oeschger's "XUL Programmer's Reference" and are used under his permission."
I had heard about the use of XUL and its possibilities, but this really drives it home. Bloody amazing! I am salivating at the thought of all of the great web-based apps I can now make. Love it!!! By the way, the memory management of Mozilla is getting much better. Need stablility, speed, and good memory management.
Take some time to play with the XUL Programmer's Reference...it's really, really cool.
#3 holy cow (part 2)
by pohl <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Friday August 18th, 2000 4:09 PM
There were things that I didn't see at first because of some rendering problems...in particular, the "Examples" button for each XUL Element page didn't show up at first, so I thought "ok, some api docs") once I forced a redraw, the world of live examples unfolded before me...very nice.
#4 Very Nice
Sunday August 20th, 2000 2:47 PM
Hopefully this will spur more web apps using XUL.
I did not imagine that XUL could be so fantastic ! Congratulations to the tutorial authors.