HTML, CSS, JavaScript and Metro App Building on Windows 8 Part 2

added by adron
8/21/2012 10:36:28 AM

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In the first part of this seriesI kicked everything off by starting a Windows 8 JavaScript Project and added QUnit-Metro via Nuget. Now that we have a small executable application, I’ll get some things added and cover what exactly it is we’re doing in each part. Open the project up that we created in the previous blog entry of the series. Once open find and open the default.html, default.js and default_tests.js files to work with. In the default.js file you’ll find the following code in the default.js.


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