XUL Bookshelf Launches

Thursday August 14th, 2003

Gerald Bauer writes: "The XUL Alliance site now sports a bookshelf to gather the latest and greatest XUL books in one place. The collection so far includes: Essential XUL Programming, Creating Applications with Mozilla (Using XUL, JavaScript and CSS) and Rapid Application Development with Mozilla. The bookshelf also includes chapters on next-gen XML markup languages such as XForms (XML In, XML Out; Databinding Architecture for Web Services using XML) and SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics; High-End 2D Graphics in XML) and more."

#2 Is It Real? Anybody Seen It Live?

by geraldb

Friday August 15th, 2003 6:06 PM

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Somehow it doesn't show up on but only on Has any actually seen the Sams Mozilla book live? If you have can you let me know what it's all about e.g. does it cover XUL, for example?

The information at is fairly skimpy:

Synopsis: Mozilla is an open-source Web browser designed for standards compliance, performance and portability by Netscape. This text explains the modality and versatility of programming for the Mozilla browser.

That's all there is on I tried a google search on "Teach Yourself Mozilla Programming" but it doesn't uncover anything other than a bunch of dead and useless links.

If you have any news please let me know.