Chronicle of the Xul Revolution
So rich clients (Swing, SWT, Mozilla, Flash) can be supported while still using XML and web application development technologies.
It looks like the jXUL guys, who've stopped maintaining jXUL are happy for Xulux to adopt the codebase, ASF licence it and improve it. They may even join Xulux and help out at some point in the future.
Check out their logo. No code yet.
Check out the VanX screenplay for the Luxor episode The "Linux Kernel" for Desktop Apps - Uniting XUL, SVG, HTML, Velocity, Web Start, XSL/T, Python and more at http://luxor-xul.sourceforge.net/talk/vanx-jul-2002/slides.html
Gerald explains the Five Freedoms of the XUL charter and how all the pieces fit together. After praising Mozilla XUL Gerald trashes some XUL-like wannabes and explains how and why Luxor XUL dares to differs from Mozilla XUL.
Experience the future and get a taste of the Free World.
Episode Reruns. Luxor: Beyond Swing and HTML: Building Rich, Cross-Platform, Zero-Admin Desktop Apps on Open Standards Today online at http://luxor-xul.sourceforge.net/talk/jug-oct-2001/slides.html
Can closed-source, single-vendor, Windope-first rich client milk machines match open-source XUL alternatives? Join the discussion at "The Server Side" - http://www.theserverside.com/home/thread.jsp?thread_id=14311
Grab a copy at http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=28946. New attractions in Beta 5 include:
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