Windows 8 Application Development with HTML5 For Dummies by Bill Sempf

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Synopsis

The fast and easy guide for creating Windows 8 apps using popular technologies!


This book offers a primer for building HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript applications for Windows 8. It includes an up-to-date guide for dusting off an aging HTML skill set and adapting to the Windows 8 apps and provides a reference for Windows and .NET programmers not familiar with HTML5. The overall design principles of MetroUI (the new design paradigm for Windows) are discussed.


The book also addresses visual design with HTML and CSS, which are the visual design languages to bring MetroUI applications to the screen. Finally, there is a section on using JavaScript for inter- and intra-functional components.

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Contains the design principles for MetroUI, the new design paradigm for Windows
The author is an enterprise architect, seasoned programmer and web developer who specializes in implementing Microsoft solutions at his client sites
Shows how to develop HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript applications for Windows 8

This is the ideal resource for current Microsoft developers who need a primer or refresher for developing in HTML and JavaScript for Windows.

 

About Bill Sempf

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Bill Sempt (Grove City, Ohio) is an enterprise architect, seasoned programmer and web developer who specializes in implementing Microsoft solutions at his client sites. His breadth of experience includes business and technical analysis, software design, development, testing, server management and maintenance. Bill has participated in the creation of well over 200 applications for large and small companies, managed the software infrastructure of two Internet service providers, coded complex software happily in every environment imaginable, and made mainframes talk to cell phones. He brings hands-on, practical experience to his authoring projects and promotes his books at www.pointweb.net
 
Published November 13, 2012 by For Dummies. 384 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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