Component Markup Language
Matthew Sergeant (EML)
Matthew.Sergeant at eml.ericsson.se
Thu Feb 4 16:39:14 GMT 1999
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Nigel Hutchison [SMTP:nwoh at software-ag.de]
> Then a server could project its own GUI api and leave it to the client
> to choose C++, Java etc to build the interface at run time. I suspect
> in most cases the bandwidth required to shift the XML GUI description
> be quite a bit less than the
> compiled java classes. If this is so than "Even Cooler" would be XML GUI
> interpreter built into a Internet Browser.
> But am I running too far with this one?
Not at all - that's exactly the aim of XUL, part of the Mozilla
project. I suspect that once mozilla is stable and released we are going to
see some really awsome GUI's built using XUL. As a proof of concept, the UI
for mozilla is now built using XUL.
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