Book Review : Developing Windows Store Apps with HTML5 and JavaScript

Book Review : Developing Windows Store Apps with HTML5 and JavaScript

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While I was reading Developing Windows Store Apps with HTML5 and JavaScript, written by Rami Sarieddine, was enjoying it fully. I am a HTML5/JS guy when it comes to Windows Store Apps. When I got this opportunity to review this book I was very excited. Because I would get a chance to learn during this process. And with no regards I was very happy to have this book. It is a 180+ page book published in August 2013. We have some good chapters like Authentication etc. Apart from that if you are new it will help you build the expertise from ground up.

The author works with Microsoft as Technical Evangelist. Why to wait then?

Developing Windows Store Apps with HTML5 and JavaScriptChapter 1: HTML5 Structure
Chapter 2: Styling with CSS3
Chapter 3: JavaScript for Windows Apps
Chapter 4: Developing Apps with JavaScript
Chapter 5: Binding Data to the App
Chapter 6: Making the App Responsive
Chapter 7: Making the App Live with Tiles and Notifications
Chapter 8: Signing Users in
Chapter 9: Adding Menus and Commands
Chapter 10: Packaging and Publishing
Chapter 11: Developing Apps with XAML

I wish we have the second revised version focusing Windows 8.1 specific development discussion.

All the best and happy reading.

Namoskar!!!

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