Re: [agile-usability] "Introduction to the User Interface Markup Language" article
- I've heard about this before but wasn't sure it was real or just an
The UIML spec is available at: http://www.uiml.org/index.php
Seems the core is centered around: <!ELEMENT interface
"The <structure> element enumerates a set of interface parts and their
organization for various platforms.
The <style> element defines the values of various properties associated
with interface parts (analogous to style sheets for HTML).
The <content> element gives the words, sounds, and images associated
with interface parts to facilitate internationalization or
customization of UIs to various user groups (e.g., by job role).
The <behavior> element defines what UI events should be acted on and
what should be done."
Some examples of UIML and resulting UI are here:
--- acockburn@... wrote:
> I haven't read this but the title caught my eye__________________________________
> _Introduction to the User Interface Markup Language_
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