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Submitted by activestate on Sun, 2001-09-09 19:00
Interested in learning how to create cross-platform web applications with free cutting edge technology? Think Mozilla is just a browser from Netscape? Hear about Mozilla's great XML attributes at the upcoming ActiveState Lecture Series from our in-house Mozilla expert, Brian King.
When: September 19, 2001 @ 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Where: ActiveState headquarters
Cost: Free - no registration required
Abstract: This talk will discuss the ties between XML and the Mozilla application, and why it an ideal choice for creating applications that need to hook into Web functionality and rely on web standards. XML touches nearly every part of the Mozilla application. This extends from the user interface, to the content display and right into the core of the Gecko layout engine. The advantages that XML brings to Mozilla are separation of content, functionality and style. It is cross-platform and easily localizable. For the developer, it uses technologies that are familiar to them enabling faster development time with no compilation for UI development. To the user, it promotes customizability, which manifests itself in each of the components including new content, e.g., sidebar panels in the browser, new themes and multiple locales / language packs for your application.