Comparing the Architectural Principles of Microsoft Longhorn and Mozilla

Wednesday December 3rd, 2003

DevX has an article by Nigel McFarlane that draws parallels between the architecture of Microsoft Longhorn and the architecture of Mozilla. In addition to comparing XAML to XUL, McFarlane also notes the similarities between Avalon and Gecko as well as Indigo and Necko. Thanks to Ann O. and ummmmm for the news.

#11 Re: Not sure

by buff

Wednesday December 3rd, 2003 1:51 PM

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> we still haven't seen a decent 1.0 browser yet.

This statement is simply not true. Mozilla has been a very useable browser for a long time. I have used it since 0.92 as my main browser on Linux. Every release after 1.2 has just made the browser a tighter product. I could never go back to IE and Windows. Gnome or KDE and Mozilla is an awesome combination.