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 <BLOCKQUOTE><HR><B>The xFly Examples</B>  <BLOCKQUOTE><HR><B>The xFly Examples</B>
 <P>The best way to understand the possible uses of the Mozilla framework is to look more closely at a number of various existing applications. This book highlights several Mozilla development projects, such as ChatZilla and JSLib, as examples of how some people have already started using Mozilla's XPFE technologies.  <P>The best way to understand the possible uses of the Mozilla framework is to look more closely at a number of various existing applications. This book highlights several Mozilla development projects, such as ChatZilla and JSLib, as examples of how some people have already started using Mozilla's XPFE technologies.
 <P>Along with these applications, you'll note the use of the name "xFly" in many examples in this chapter and elsewhere in this book. The xFly   <P>Along with these applications, you'll note the use of the name "xFly" in many examples in this chapter and elsewhere in this book. The xFly 
examples are used throughout <A HREF="#77048">Chapter 2</A> to <A HREF="ch06.html#77063">Chapter 6</A> to show how to create and package a simple Mozilla application.examples are used throughout <A HREF="#77048">Chapter 2</A> to <A HREF="ch06.html#77063">Chapter 6</A> to show how to create and package a 
 simple Mozilla application.  An installable version of the complete xFly application can be found at <i><a 
 href="http://xfly.mozdev.org">http://xfly.mozdev.org</a></i>.
 <P>This simple application is useful because it provides a place to start exploring the new information that you will learn about in this book. As you read more about XUL, CSS, JavaScript, and the other parts of Mozilla's development framework, you can create and edit the xFly files to see how these technologies work in practice.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>  <P>This simple application is useful because it provides a place to start exploring the new information that you will learn about in this book. As you read more about XUL, CSS, JavaScript, and the other parts of Mozilla's development framework, you can create and edit the xFly files to see how these technologies work in practice.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
   
 <H2><A NAME="77050"></A> Basic XUL Concepts</H2>  <H2><A NAME="77050"></A> Basic XUL Concepts</H2>

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