XML User Interface Language (XUL)
Definition - What does XML User Interface Language (XUL) mean?
XUL is a user-interface language developed by Mozilla that enables developers to design cross-platform applications that can run in both online and offline modes. It is customizable using different graphics, text and layouts to support localized and internationalized markets.
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