Open XUL Alliance Site Goes Live
Sunday May 25th, 2003
Gerald Bauer writes in with news that the Open XUL Alliance site has launched. The site aims promote XUL and encourage interoperability with a collection of XUL news articles, mailing lists and links.
#33 XUL Has Outgrown Mozilla
Tuesday May 27th, 2003 8:26 PM
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> You seem to be suggesting that any XML-based UI markup language that anyone > designs should be called "XUL."
Not really. You might wonna check out the XUL motor catalog at the Open XUL Alliance to see that it's a careful selection. You're also welcome to join the xul-talk mailing list @ <http://lists.sourceforge.…t/lists/listinfo/xul-talk> to work out an "official" definition if you feel like it.
> I don't think that makes any sense at all.
I dare to disagree. XUL just has outgrown Mozilla. Face it.
> For example, UIML is nothing like XUL
I agree. UIML is worthless and you won't find it listed; so is the Glade XML UI haystack, the Qt Designer XML UI haystack, the Sun Long-Term Persistance XML haystack, and many more.
Just to clearify Glade XML UI in contrast to UIML works great for what it is designed. However, it's not targeted at people like HTML and pretty much unusable with any forms designer.