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ASMBLR XLAT was created in June 2000. Its purpose was to prove that you could do interesting things with DHTML that were cross browser at a time when cross browser Javascript was unheard of.

Blocks were used to simplify the design in order show off each project's technical aspects. All code was free for anyone to use, and written by hand by myself with no help other than what I learned from the first edition of O'Reilly's Dynamic HTML book.

Assembler has been featured in various books and exhibitions, such as Taking Your Talent To The Web, the 2001 World Wide Video Festival, Max Hits, edesign magazine, and Cre@te Online magazine.