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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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Entre estos proyectos vanguardistas de ruptura, renovacion y transformacion de la lengua se delinea el Neocriollo, uno de los idiomas artificiales creados por Xul Solar a partir de la sintesis aglutinadora de vocablos y raices espanolas y portuguesas, pero tambien otras provenientes de "el ingles, el frances, el aleman, el italiano, el latin, el griego antiguo, el hebreo, el tupi-gurani, el nauatl, el sanscrito y el chino" (Nelson, 2012: 29).
O capitulo dedicado a dupla Tarsila do Amaral e Ricardo Guiraldes e o seguinte, cujos personagens sao Lasar Segall e Xul Solar, sao comparacoes de artistas que ocuparam posicoes estruturalmente semelhantes nos campos artisticos brasileiro e argentino.
Byline: Leiming Xul , Chao Huang, Chunying Qul, Yi Zhang, Min Zhoul and Ying Chen
A few hours' drive south of Merida in the remote Maya town of Xul, which means "the end," media reports began circulating as early as 2008 that a group of Italians were readying themselves for impending doom by building apocalypse-proof bunkers.
* XUL Explorer 1.0a1pre (used for designing the graphical interface of the extension)
Its derivatives or closely related products are the most widely used applications in the web environment that include XUL, ebXML and RDF among others.
The magazine was a rare species flowering in an arid cultural atmosphere; among its contents was a utopian manifesto by the Argentinean poet and painter Xul Solar that called for Latin America to be united by means of a new language that he called Neocriollo.