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Rapid Application Development with Mozilla

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Rapid Application Development with Mozilla
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Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
ISBN/ASIN: 0131423436
ISBN-13: 9780131423435
Number of pages: 800

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In Rapid Application Development with Mozilla, web, XML, and Open Standards expert Nigel McFarlane explores Mozilla's revolutionary XML User interface Language (XUL) and its library of well over 1,000 pre-built objects. Using clear and concise instruction, McFarlane explains what companies such as AOL, IBM, Hewlett-Packard, and others already know—that Mozilla and XUL are the keys to quickly and easily creating cross-platform, web-enabled applications.

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