The XUL Tech Paper Archive
XUL Compact Syntax Study
by Gerald Bauer, December 2002
The study shows four non-XML syntax alternatives
(that is, C style, Python style, Lisp style, Pascal style)
that make the XUL syntax more compact and more accesible to newcomers who mighty shy away
from the "complexity" of XML.
XUL and the UI Designing Process
by Andre Deienno Pansani, June 2003
With the right tools it is possible to design User Interfaces (UI) in an efficient way.
The XML User Interface Language (XUL) could be useful for designing dialogs or presentation models.
The aim of this document is to show how you can use the Qt UI designer
and how you can transform the Qt Designer XML format
to a XUL format.
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