[Gtk-sharp-list] Anyone Tried Out MyXAML for Gtk#?
gerald.bauer at mac.com
Fri Jun 24 12:58:00 EDT 2005
Salut Vincent Arnoux,
> I fail to see what MyXAML can bring more than Glade, especialy if a
> GUI designer doesn't exist yet.
The point of MyXAML is that the XML format is much more compact (e.g.
~90% less code) and thus you can create it like HTML "by hand" and you
don't necessarily need a designer. Since the format is also more
compact you can create MyXAML pages, for example, on the server-side
using scripts and send it to a MyXAML browser. To see the difference
between a compact XML UI language format and the Glade XML UI language
format, see the the talks slide "XML for UIs - Glade Example" online @
from my talk titled "The Future of the Web: Rich Clients, Rich Browsers,
> On top of it, I can't find any example on how to make it work with
> Mono on the website...
> Don't get it wrong : this is not a criticism, but only a request for
> explanations :)
MyXAML works on Mono. See the blog story titled "Mono's Beta 1 and
MyXAML -- it works!!!" for details online @
United XAML | http://xaml.sourceforge.net
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