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The goal is to be able to get data to users and back to disk in a local
business LAN/WAN. the goal is not across the internet, but with XSLT + XML a
web server based on the database should be able to serve upto internet
users their HTML documents with that data in them.
best regards Trevor
> > It looks like XUL is the way to go for user interfaces.
> Well, is it? Netscape supports XUL, yes. Anybody else?
> Are we talking about Intranets where we can force people
> to migrate to Netscape/Mozilla oder are we talking about
> the web - a web of IEs?
> To me, everything depends on whether a big majority of
> web users can view the UI without installing new software,
> a real-life deployment problem which has made us stick
> with HTML 4 since ages. I can't see how XUL changes
> this, maybe except for closed environment such as intranets.
> I'd also like to know more about the features we imply
> when we say "XUL". Is it the Windowing Model, the
> look and feel of a real app, real CSS support?
> - Sebastian