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Programming Windows Store Apps with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

by Kraig Brockschmidt

Programming Windows Store Apps with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

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Book Description

Microsoft Press is pleased to offer the second edition of Kraig Brockschmidt's in-depth ebook on writing Windows Store apps using HTML, CSS3, and JavaScript on the Windows 8.1 platform. The ebook includes 20 chapters and 4 appendices.

This open book is licensed under a Microsoft Open License. You can download Programming Windows Store Apps with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript ebook for free in PDF format (30.6 MB).

Table of Contents

Chapter 1
The Life Story of a Windows Store App: Characteristics of the Windows Platform
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
App Anatomy and Performance Fundamentals
Chapter 4
Web Content and Services
Chapter 5
Controls and Control Styling
Chapter 6
Data Binding, Templates, and Collections
Chapter 7
Collection Controls
Chapter 8
Layout and Views
Chapter 9
Commanding UI
Chapter 10
The Story of State, Part 1: App Data and Settings
Chapter 11
The Story of State, Part 2: User Data, Files, and OneDrive
Chapter 12
Input and Sensors
Chapter 13
Chapter 14
Purposeful Animations
Chapter 15
Chapter 16
Alive with Activity: Tiles, Notifications, the Lock Screen, and Background Tasks
Chapter 17
Devices and Printing
Chapter 18
WinRT Components: An Introduction
Chapter 19
Apps for Everyone, Part 1: Accessibility and World-Readiness
Chapter 20
Apps for Everyone, Part 2: The Windows Store
Appendix A
Demystifying Promises
Appendix B
WinJS Extras
Appendix C
Additional Networking Topics
Appendix D
Provider-Side Contracts

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Programming Windows Store Apps with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript
Computer Science
Microsoft Press
PDF Size
30.6 MB
Microsoft Open

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