Luxor (toolkit)

Luxor (toolkit)

Luxor is an open-source XML UI Language (XUL) toolkit in Java that lets you build desktop apps using markup (XML) and scripting. Luxor also includes a web server, a portal engine (supporting RSS), a template engine (Velocity) and more.

Luxor implementation is independent of the Mozilla codebase, though they implement largely the same specification of XUL.


[ XUL: The Gatekeeper to Higher-level Web UIs] DevX Article by Laurence Moroney (Senior Architect Reuters Innovation Labs and Rapid Development Group, New York City), June 2004.

External links

* [ Luxor Project Site]

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