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XMLTalk is a Java/Swing user interface framework that allows developers to specify the entire user interface in an XML file instead of Java code. More importantly, XMLTalk specifications also specify how the user interface is connected to the application




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Israfil-markup - A user-interface rendering system for rich desktop applications

Markup is a system inspired by NeXTSTEP, XMLTalk, Smalltalk, and other systems that use an Object-Oriented, MVC, no-generated-code approach to user interfaces. Markup consumes a markup file which defines the user interface and associations to application controllers, and then assembles the GUI components and links them up accordingly. The result is that there is no generated code to maintain or override. To build an application one need only create application controllers that implement your bus