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XUL

XUL

(EXtensible User Interface Language) A set of XML tags for describing graphical user interfaces. Designed for cross-platform porting and derived from the Mozilla open source project, XUL supports the following Web functions: cascading style sheets (CSS) for styles, JavaScript for event handling, the XML Binding Language (XBL) for creating reusable widgets and the Resource Description Language (RDF) for storing dynamic content. XUL also supports well-formed HTML code.
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Primarily we used XUL Explorer to design the graphical interface and Javascript to specify the actions of the extension.
XUL is an XML language that has been designed to define new user interfaces or modify existing ones.
That is where technologies such as Flex/AIR, Silverlight, JavaFX and XUL are really helping to change the world.
The system is available in two models: the XUL with a fixed collimator and the XULM with micro-focus tube and four motor-set collimators.
Other browsers need only a knowledge of web standard technologies such as HTML, JavaScript and CSS, while developing Firefox extensions (add-ons) still requires a knowledge of Firefox internals and XUL.
With JetPack Mozilla intended to provide a completely new extension format that would be restartless, and would require extensions written in web standard technologies such as JavaScript, HTML, and CSS instead of Mozilla's own home grown XUL.