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Rapid Application Development with Mozilla™ by Nigel McFarlane

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Chapter 14. Templates

This chapter describes how to specify content for a XUL document using a stream of RDF data. This is done with a combination of ordinary XUL tags, XUL template tags, and RDF tags.

Mozilla's template system is a subset of XUL's tags. These tags are used to create a document whose content is not fixed. Such a document is the basis for display of data that varies over time, either because of user interaction, or because of its origin. It is also the basis for applications whose UI depends on external information. That external information might be as simple as a file, as complex as a database, or as remote ...

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