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W3C XForms vs Alternative XML UI Language Formats

From: T. V. Raman <tvraman@us.ibm.com>
Date: Mon, 26 Apr 2004 07:31:45 -0700
Message-ID: <16525.7505.143981.529673@bubbles.almaden.ibm.com>
To: luxorxul@yahoo.ca
Cc: www-forms@w3.org


It should be made clear that XForms is *not* a XML UI language
-- XForms is about an XML Forms architecture that uses an XML
model that can be bound to multiple UI languages 
--- including XHTML. In fact the real XUL challenge for
Mozilla/xul fans to bind an XUL UI to an XForms model.


>>>>> "Gerald" == Gerald Bauer <luxorxul@yahoo.ca> writes:
    Gerald> Hello,
    Gerald> 
    Gerald>   If anyone is interested in how W3C's XForms
    Gerald> compares to alternative XML UI language formats used
    Gerald> by Luxor, Jazilla, xWidglets, XMLFace, Ultrid, and so
    Gerald> on I invite you to check out the XUL Grand Coding
    Gerald> Challenge 2004 counter sample showcase gallery.
    Gerald> 
    Gerald>   See http://xul.sourceforge.net/counter.html for
    Gerald> more than half a dozen XML UI language formats in
    Gerald> action.  Thanks to Mark Birbeck for contributing the
    Gerald> FormsPlayer W3C XForms sample and screenshot.
    Gerald> 
    Gerald>     - Gerald
    Gerald> 
    Gerald> PS: You can find out more about the XUL Grand Coding
    Gerald> Challenge 2004 online @
    Gerald> http://xul.sourceforge.net/challenge.html
    Gerald> 
    Gerald> ------------------- Gerald Bauer Open XUL Alliance -
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Best Regards,
--raman
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