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He walks you through the development of the game in the same way that you would build it, step by step, showing code.
He even show how to do collision detection of the game pieces.
Cards are stored on Windows Azure Storage and use the Azure Content Distribution Network (CDN : a service that deploys data near the final users) in order to achieve maximum performances. An ASP.NET service is used to return cards list (using JSON format).
He shows the HTML that draws the cards provide the animation of cards, the CSS used to display them, how to do the data gathering, and load and cache the data. Also shows who the app manages the mouse and user interactions.
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Bruce D. Kyle ISV Architect Evangelist | Microsoft Corporation