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At this point in their development, XUL and the host of other cross-platform technologies being built into Netscape's next browser are changing too dramatically to warrant any comprehensive documentation in the form of users guides or reference manuals. At the same time, the need for up-to-date information, practical instruction for XUL newcomers, and discussion of the implications of these technologies is paramount.

In order to keep pace with new developments at Netscape and elsewhere in the Mozilla community, this page provides short articles and technical notes about Mozilla's new cross-platform technologies. Each article describes a useful chunk of Mozilla's burgeoning Open Source project and what it actually means to the community of web developers and savvy users.

Look here for practical discussions of new XUL widgetry, CSS and JavaScript within the XUL framework, XPCOM, and other cross-platform, applications development technologies.

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