Windows 8 Development Using HTML, CSS and JavaScript

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If you want to make the transition from web to Windows, or you just want to learn more about Windows development, this course will teach you all the basics that you need to know.

Free Preview: Windows 8 Development Using HTML, CSS and JavaScript

A Little Background (aka A Lot of Rambling)

11:34

1.Getting Started
3 lessons, 47:56

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1.1
A Little Background (aka A Lot of Rambling)
11:34

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1.2
Kicking Visual Studio Express' Tires
18:07

1.3
Hello, World for Windows 8
18:15

2.Essential Concepts
3 lessons, 50:36

2.1
Introduction to WinJS Controls
13:48

2.2
Maintaining State
18:52

2.3
Navigation and Page Controls
17:56

3.WinJS Library Essentials
4 lessons, 38:22

3.1
Namespaces
10:41

3.2
Classes
08:01

3.3
Ajax
06:25

3.4
DOM Utilities
13:15

4.WinJS Controls and UI Components
3 lessons, 1:10:47

4.1
The AppBar
31:14

4.2
Custom Controls
19:06

4.3
Databinding and the ListView Control
20:27

5.Charms and Contracts
2 lessons, 57:48

5.1
The Settings Pane
27:20

5.2
The Search Contract
30:28

6.Application
1 lesson, 1:07:00

6.1
Simple Reader
1:07:00


Preview for Windows 8 Development Using HTML, CSS and JavaScript
Lessons:
16
Length:
5.5 hours
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About Jeremy McPeak
I started my development career on the client-side writing JavaScript and DHTML components in my spare time. In 2005, Nicholas C. Zakas asked me to join him in writing the first edition of Professional Ajax for Wiley Publishing. Since Professional Ajax, 1st Edition, I've been blessed to take part in other book projects: Professional Ajax 2nd Edition, and Beginning JavaScript 3rd and 4th editions.
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