The latest webglade tarball release can be downloaded here.
mab is an example based on the excellent MAB (Mozilla Amazon Browser). Open mab.xul to see it in action. The XUL part of MAB is replaced by a Glade XML file. Unfortunately, MAB has been discontinued since Amazon changed their web service so this example always shows the same data.
- Create user interface using Glade UI designer.
- Open your XUL file in a XUL enabled web browser.
- Load Glade XML file(s) containing description of (Gtk) widgets into a XUL enabled web browser and create similar XUL widgets.
- Allow users to implement and use their own custom widgets.
Ideally, webglade would support all web browsers with DOM scripting, DHTML and AJAX. There are many web toolkits webglade could use for backend. However, after experimenting with HTML, XUL and XAML, I settled for XUL which works best and requires little involvement with a specific web toolkit.
webglade is licensed under the terms of the GPL license. Details are contained within the COPYING file, included with the distribution.
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