I’ve gotten quite a few requests in regards to blog posts showcasing JS/HTML and C#/XAML side by side. Seems appropriate as I’m just about to start the step by step guide for JS and HTML Windows Store Apps. I have to admit, JS is not my strongest language, so feel free to correct me if I make any mistakes :) This series will be simple, straight to the point, no fuss. Be aware that this example has no error handling, and shows only a very basic implementation as a step one.
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