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Comment: Re:Access (and SQL Server) Clone (Score 1) 320

by rteunissen (#14577655) Attached to: The Most Desired Linux Ports
Actually, you can replace Access applications with webbased solutions. All you need is XUL, which is an XML based language where you define basic entities like buttons and trees, which get parsed. If you've worked with Firefox/Mozilla you're already familiar with XUL, since the entire interface is built in XUL. Ofcourse it has one major drawback, it only works on Firefox/Mozilla browsers.

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