The Open XUL Alliance site went live today.
The goal is to promote all things XUL (XML UI Language) and also to provide free test suites to help ensure interoperability between different XUL motors/browsers/runtimes and free, open-source show-case examples (aka blue prints) to demo the power of XML for creating UIs.
For now the Open XUL Alliance Site sports:
* XUL News Wire - Breaking News About XUL; also known as the xul-announce Mailing List
* The Richmond Post - Chronicle of the XUL Revolution; XUL News Weblog
* xul-talk Mailing List - Beyond Mozilla; Talk about XUL issues touching more than one XUL motor/browser/runtime
* XUL Lecture Series - Rich Clients, Rich Browser, Rich Portals and much more
* XUL Link-opida - Articles, FAQs, Cheat Sheets and much more
Use the XUL, XForms and SVG trio to build rich clients for web services today.
Visit the Open XUL Alliance