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   Re: [xml-dev] Need to create a IDE with xml interfaces.

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Thanx Heikki for the help extended. I m looking into XUL to figure out if it comes close to our requirements. Meantime, it'd be great help if u can send in any info about the other resource u've mentioend.
Also, thanx George.
----- Original Message -----
From: George Cao
Sent: Saturday, May 18, 2002 12:09 AM
Subject: Re: [xml-dev] Need to create a IDE with xml interfaces.

I don't know any public domain product that does what you described.  But if you are interested in a commercial solution, check out Altio.  We provide an xml platform that allows users to build rich UIs using a VB like IDE.  The apps built on the platform as well as the IDE itself run inside a browser.
Let me know if you are interested.
Take care,
George Cao
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, May 17, 2002 1:29 AM
Subject: [xml-dev] Need to create a IDE with xml interfaces.

We are trying to build a stand-alone Rapid Application Development (RAD) application that enables software developers to graphically build and deploy Services for a particular domain.

It will allow application developers to create, modify, debug  and deply applications.

It will be a complete IDE with editor having full support for drag-drop our specific set of components, users being able to create new components, wysiwyg features, source editor, templates which can be customized, wizards, database integration etc. All these underneath would generate ASP code, in addition to whatever files are made. Example, it'll allow the user to drag and drop DB connections and create Apps that talk to DB. Now, the application configuration files i.e. the engine, UI settings (toolbars, menu bars etc.), component interfaces, database layer which connects seamlessly to all data sources etc. will all be xml interfaces.

I am trying to find out if xml resources close to this (for application configurations and database connectivity) exist in the public domain. Maybe even with  limited set of functionalities for now.



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