Check out these IBM Browser Productivity Components:
Correction:I wrote that the demos where done in XUL, they are not. It's plain old DHTML. Sorry about that. They are still impressive.
Try the demos!
Screenshots of the DHTML demos:
Click on the images for a larger version of them.
They work in IE too. It doesn't seems they are done in XUL, but in DHTML :-(Comment by Faser at July 23, 2003 10:06 AM | Permalink
This is very odd. This is actually the old HalfBrain applications which used to be IE only. HalfBrain was bought by Blox.com and Blox.com shut down a year or so ago. Now it shows up under the IBM flag. Still some good applications even thought they are not XUL apps.
The rich text editor is new and it makes me realize that Firebird now supports Midas. How did I miss that? I thought I was beeing cc:d on those bugs :-)Comment by Erik Arvidsson at July 23, 2003 10:16 AM | Permalink
Yes, I have looked at the source now and there is no XUL.
Seems like a mistake ;-)
I understand, you was so exide by the examples, so you must immedietelly inform us about it ;-)
I was too ;-)
The examples are great.Comment by met at July 23, 2003 10:40 AM | Permalink
More info on http://www.alphaworks.ibm.com/tech/sbpc/Comment by dc at July 23, 2003 11:54 AM | Permalink
I wrote an HTML/CSS slideshow that uses :hover to switch between slides. It also has the benefit of being easily printed, modified, or customized. With a bit of work it can be wrapped up into a single file for easy transportation.Comment by Eric Hodel at July 23, 2003 10:39 PM | Permalink
Yeah, URL for the HTML/CSS slideshow: http://segment7.net/web/slideshow.html
(Note: no JS used at above URL)Comment by Eric Hodel at July 23, 2003 10:40 PM | Permalink
Surf Mind Musings, a recommended blog on Mozilla technology, user interfaces and more, points to some impressive cross-browser DHTML...TrackBack from DHTML Magic, IBM Style: Office in your Browser -Update- at July 25, 2003 01:48 PM | Permalink
Innouncement!!!Comment by Acanty at February 20, 2004 02:13 PM | Permalink