Developing Windows Store Apps with HTML5 Jump Start

Developing Windows Store Apps with HTML5 Jump Start: (05a) Programming User Interaction, Part 1

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Michael Palermo and Jeremy Foster cover several topics is this fun session. After an effective discussion about Authentication and Authorization, they focus on Custom input and gestures, Tiles, and Toast notifications.

Complete course outline for Developing Windows Store Apps with HTML5 Jump Start:

This series of videos is a great way to help prepare for Exam 70-481: Essentials of Developing Windows Store Apps using HTML5 and JavaScript.

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    The Discussion

    • Steve

      I'm sick and tired of this html in user interfaces hype. It stinks, everyone I know hates it. Why do you keep pushing it?? 9 out of 10 videos here are html.

    • JeffKoch

      @Steve: We understand that HTML isn't everyone's preference for developing desktop apps. We're busily working on putting together a Jump Start to cover app development with C#/XAML. Hopefully, we'll have something to announce by the end of the year. Stay tuned.

    • Jama

      Hi

      I've enjoyed the videos so far. I'm trying to download the 481 Videos and the file links are for the 480 course, unless they've been named incorrectly.

      Can you assist as I don't want to download the 480 parts that I already have.

      Regards

      JamShaM

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