XUL Clippings

I thought I’d pull together some simple XUL examples you could load into XUL Explorer. It might help you get started using XUL Explorer. It may also help first-timers begin to see how XUL can be used to create a UI. Sometimes starting from scratch can be a hurdle.

Note: These are simply XUL files and if you’re using Firefox (or another XUL enabled browser), clicking the links will open the files in the browser instead of downloading to your machine. Right-click on the links and pick “Save Link As…” to save them to your machine.


  1. Gijs said,

    December 22, 2006 @ 3:18 pm

    That’s some cool stuff!

    Note that your simple tree file pops up a javascript error when you select an item since you’ve set an onselect attribute pointing to a non-existing function. Just thought I’d let you know. :-)

  2. Mark Finkle said,

    December 22, 2006 @ 5:30 pm

    Gijs – Thanks. It’s fixed now.

  3. Mark Finkle’s Weblog » XUL/E - What If said,

    December 27, 2006 @ 11:26 am

    […] XUL/E Samples These samples can be run in Firefox (any platform) and IE (windows). Make sure you have installed and configured the Mozilla ActiveX control. The difference between these links and the ones on a previous post is that these are displayed using a special “viewer” HTML page. […]

  4. Mark Finkle’s Weblog » XUL Clippings - Canvas said,

    January 2, 2007 @ 9:34 am

    […] Here are some XUL clippings that show different uses of the <canvas> element. The purpose of this post is not to show off uses of <canvas>, but to point out that it can be used in XUL (Firefox extensions and XULRunner applications) very easily. […]

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