Chronicle of the Xul Revolution
Peter Bojanic composed the hymn "The Joy of XUL" praising XUL's key benefits including:
XUL lets you build rich cross platform apps that can run connected or disconnected from the Internet. You can easily customize your apps with alternative text, graphics and layout to brand or localize your apps for different markets.
Dynamic application logic benefits from a UI presentation layer that is standards-based, scriptable, extensible, and distributable over the Internet.
XUL blurs the distinction between desktop apps and Internet browser apps because it combines the best of both worlds.
Full hymn at http://www.mozilla.org/projects/xul/joy-of-xul.html
Besides "The Big Three" dozens of Xul motors blossom or fade away.
No army can stop an idea whose time has come. -- Victor Hugo
You can consult a Javadoc-style framed Xul tag reference sporting cherry-picked real-world examples from around the globe at http://luxor-xul.sourceforge.net/xulref/.
If you prefer an all-in-one Xul tag reference instead of a heap of loose ends for printing on a papyrus roll, swing over to http://luxor-xul.sourceforge.net/luxorref.html.
Take away. I will bundle the framed Xul tag reference with the upcoming Luxor Beta 5. Check back in a week to get your offline copy.
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