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  • Blog Post: Default HTML 5 folders and files

      Well back from my vacation, deserved or not.  Didn’t do much, mostly surfed on cloudy days (so that are less people at the beach in the way), swam in the condo swimming pool and read a bunch of fiction books.  Started off with War and Remembrance, ever read War and Peace?  This...
  • Blog Post: strict in Windows 8 JavaScript

    You might notice that the Default JavaScript uses the keyword: strict.  Just what does this mean? Check out the link: http://aka.ms/yrtkz4 In JavaScript when you use strict mode the code you write is forced into a more disciplined design then JavaScript normally does.  You have to declare your...
  • Blog Post: HTML5 Game Design Metro Design: Snap

    I have discussed the snap process on my blog at Silverlight Games but not in depth. Let’s say you have an existing HTML5/JavaScript file you want to use to create a Windows 8 application. Now many people I have talked to keep thinking that this means you have created a HTMl5 Web site, but that isn’t...
  • Blog Post: HTML 5 Metro Game Design: Storyboarding, instead of surfboarding

    You built the memory game, and you want to add some controls, not navigational controls, never add navigation to the app bar in any language. Make sure to review the following, if you were around during the paper documentation days, you get the manual then certain pages would wear out after awhile...
  • Blog Post: List of links that I am using to figure out Metro/HTML 5 Snap and Fill layout

    There are a few ways to do the snapped view, which is the one of main concern since it is skinny compared to the Filled and full views.  I am trying to figure out how to implement an extremely simple example of using snap and fill.  Here is a list what I am reading:   Designing flexible...
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