Robert L Cochran
cochranb at speakeasy.net
Mon Oct 18 02:50:36 UTC 2004
There is a book titled "Rapid Application Development In Mozilla" by
Nigel McFarlane which is extremely good. I think you should look it
over. The dyanmics of Mozilla application development will probably
supersede that in Microsoft Windows "Longhorn". The Internet Explorer
development team has done next to nothing in recent years while the
Mozilla developers have made release after release incorporating new
browser and application development features.
>Does GNOME or KDE have this functionality? to run an HTML directly?
>under Windows XP, just rename the HTML file to HTA and it would run
>the file just like a normal application.
>I've heard Mozilla have it's XUL functionality that does the same, but
>I could not make it work?
>Microsoft Longhorn's concept videos run XML file directly.
>Will features like this be on the priority list?
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