Howdy Logo
Glossary Hero image

The Howdy Glossary

Search terms in Glossary


LZX, often referred to as Laszlo in the context of OpenLaszlo and also known as LZX Language, is an XML and JavaScript description language used to create Rich Internet Applications. It supports a declarative approach for building applications with integrated media, attention-getting graphical effects, animations, and dynamic content. The language is designed to work without manual coding by developers. In practice, however, manual intervention might be necessary for complex projects.
The first major version of OpenLaszlo was released in April 2002.

Hire Lzx Experts

Enter your email to get started.