XBL Submission to the W3C
Friday February 23rd, 2001
Ian Hickson writes:
#18 Re: Re: Re: Spice
by michaelg <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Thursday March 1st, 2001 5:53 PM
You are replying to this message
"The interaction capabilities are nice but if you can't deliver a professional appearance, forget it!"
Ahh, did you read that page's title? ("Test #5") Did you note which menu the link to it is under in Mozilla? ("Debug")
It's a test, for debugging. It isn't a 100% polished, all singing, all dancing, killer post-it-note application. It was used to test and debug XBL. It's useful as an example. It isn't useful as an application. How many teach-yourself books give you 100% complete applications with a professional appearance? Not many.
Given that it was constructed using XHTML, ECMAScript and CSS, it *would* be possible to make it look and work as professionally as any web site out there, but why bother for a demo meant for testing and debugging?