XML Binding Language, aka XML Binding Language, is a xml format created in 2000. XBL (XML Binding Language) is an XML-based markup language used to declare the behavior and look of XUL-widgets and XML elements. Development of the XBL specification was abandoned by the W3C in 2012. XBL was developed by the Mozilla project for use in the Mozilla Application Suite; the language is not currently described by any formal standard and is thus proprietary to Mozilla, with the only implementation being the Gecko layout engine. Read more on Wikipedia...

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  • XML Binding Language ranks in the top 25% of languages
  • the XML Binding Language wikipedia page
  • XML Binding Language first appeared in 2000
  • See also: xml, css, svg
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Example code from Wikipedia:

scrollbar {
  -moz-binding: url('somefile.xml#binding1');
}

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