Create Web Applets With Mozilla And XML
- Download the full source code used in this article, including the commands.js file and the server.js file.
- Visit the XulPlanet site for a tutorial that describes completely the uses of XUL and its components.
- Take Brian Donovan's tutorial, "Link with Mozilla's window.getSelection() method,"
concert with Mozilla's window.getSelection() method to create links on
the fly (developerWorks, October 2002).
Read the "Getting started with PyXPCOM" series about the cross-platform component object model (XPCOM), the component system developed in the Mozilla project (developerWorks, June 2001).
Discover a multitude of resources on such open source technologies as Eclipse, SashXB, and Jikes at IBM's Open Source Projects site.
Visit the developerWorks XML zone,
a compendium of articles and tutorials to help developers leverage the
power of XML when crafting effective, efficient Web applications.
Try Eclipse, a kind of universal tool platform and an open extensible IDE designed for just about anything.
Get a deeper understanding of developing applications with the Mozilla platform in
Rapid Application Development with Mozilla, as Nigel McFarlane elaborates on the techniques used in this article (Prentice Hall, October 2003).
First published by IBM developerWorks