Categories Asides Boxely Post author By Matt Post date October 14, 2006 10 Comments on Boxely Boxely is live, it’s like XUL but simpler and easier. Share this:Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Related ← bbPress Goes Gold → Tailrank 10 replies on “Boxely” Lovely, they have an FAQ without FGA (frequently given answers). […] I had read Joe Hewitt on Boxely (from AOL) when it was in the works, but found through Matt that it has gone live. […] And Windows only. BAH. @Lloyd D Budd Why not try to click on the links? Cool. /me wonders if the next version of Netscape will have dumped XUL for Boxely. > /me wonders if the next version of Netscape will have dumped XUL for Boxely. Bwahahaha. No. @Haochi Ha ha. I did click on some of links, but to open them in a new tab. I now see that a normal click reveals the answer. Too bad html links have affordance for what I did as well, and the answer should be revealed in the new tab. Some times we are too smart for our own good — I am not sure if I am referring to myself or them. That came as a surprise in my WordPress Dashboard – my surname is Boxley. […] I blogged about Boxely a few days ago, it seemed like a neat framework. I’ve been thinking more about the desktop the past month or so, hence my blogging around it. Joe has updated saying “Well, that was fun while it lasted. AOL has taken down the site already. Apparently not all executives in the company were aware of the release, and ordered it removed when they caught wind.” On the other side of the web Jason Calacanis is waving the AOL banner, yet a company that stifles innovation like this and flip-flops releases isn’t one I would invest in. Is this a continuation of Nullsoft-style rebels inside of AOL fighting to make a difference? « Firefox Followup: Parakey […] Just so you all know, the CTP is available once again via the AOL dev site. http://www.boxely.com Comments are closed.