N., Vanderdonckt, J
A Review of
XML-Compliant User Interface Description Languages.
Conf. on Design, Specification, and Verification of Interactive Systems
4-6 June 2003.
A review of XML-compliant
user interface description language is produced that compares a significant
selection of various languages addressing different goals, such as multiplatform-user
interfaces, device-independence, context delivery, and user interfaces
virtually defined. There has been a long histor and tradition to attempt
to capture the essence of user interfaces at various levels of abstraction
for different purposes. The return of this question today gaind more attraction,
along woth the dissimination of XML markup languages, and gives birth
to many proposal for a new user interface description language. Consequently,
there is a need to conduct an in-dept analysis of features that make all
these proposal discriminant and appropriate for significant subset of
such languages based on an analysis grid and user iinterfaces that we
tried to implement across these languages.
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