I invite you to meet up for the free XUL talk at the
Ottawa Java User Group (OJUG) on November 27th @
6:30pm titled "XUL and Eclipse: Create Rich Clients
for the Standard Widget Toolkit Using XML".
Here's the full program:
What: Ottawa Java User Group (OJUG) November Meeting
When: Thursday, November 27th @ 6:30pm
Where: Exit Certifed, 85 Albert Street, Suite 1200,
Title: XUL And Eclipse:
Create Rich Clients for the Standard Widget Toolkit
(SWT) a.k.a Eclipse UI using XML
A new gold rush is underway fulled by the Web Services
revolution that demands rich clients that go beyond
HTML 4.0/XHTML 1.0 avoiding excessive
server-roundtrips, offering offline-usage, supporting
drag and drop, rich graphics and widget sets and much
Gerald gives you a no-fluff, fast-paced,
example-packed XUL (XML User Interface Language) tour
Mozilla; XUL is an arachic XForms predecessor) on the
way. Gerald explains the Five Freedoms of the XUL
charter and how all the pieces fit together.
Gerald will show you how you can use XUL today to
build rich clients for the Standarad Widget Tookit
(SWT) also known as the Eclipse UI. Experience the
future and get a taste of the Free World.
Gerald Bauer, Independent Consultant
Gerald Bauer is an independent Java, XML and Web
consultant and open-source advocate proficient in C#
(informally known as chairman, CEO, CFO and CTO of Me,
Myself & I, Inc.)
Gerald open sourced Rachel (Resource Loading Toolkit
for Web Start) and Luxor (XUL Toolkit). He also
started and maintains the Unofficial Web Start FAQ,
develops the Venus Application Publisher (Vamp) tool
suite, and publishes "The Java Republic" weekdays.
He holds a Master's Degree in social and economic
sciences from the Vienna University of Economics and
Business Administration, Austria and was choosen for
the International Management Program at New York
University's Stern Business School.
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See you there.