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“This is going to be the Windows 8 app book YOU MUST have in your library! It’s well written and expertly covers every aspect of how to build an HTML/JS app for Windows 8!”
—Jonathan Antoine, Infinite Square and Microsoft MVP
—Shawn Wildermuth, Microsoft MVP (Data), author, trainer, and speaker, www.wilderminds.com
—Jesse Liberty, Windows 8 technical evangelist, Telerik
“I feel that this book will be the must-read reference for anyone who is dedicated to building a great Windows 8 app, and will be the book by which all others are compared. Yes, that’s a pretty bold statement, but considering that both of the authors have been deeply involved in Windows 8 app development for a LONG time, especially while they were at Microsoft, I feel confident in that statement.”
—From the Foreword by Rey Bango, Developer Relations, Microsoft Corp.
—Derick Bailey, independent consultant, screencaster, speaker, and author, http://mutedsolutions.com and http://watchmecode.net
“Chris and Brandon do a truly excellent job explaining how to create great Windows 8 applications. While reading this book I learned things about the platform.”
—Josh Williams, Principal Development Lead for WinJS, Microsoft Corp.
Chris Sells is the VP of the Developer Tools Division at Telerik. He's written several books, including Programming WPF, Windows Forms 2.0 Programming, and ATL Internals. In his free time, Chris makes a pest of himself on Microsoft forums and mailing lists. More information about Chris and his various projects is available at http://www.sellsbrothers.com.
Don Box is a Distinguished Engineer at Microsoft. At Microsoft, Don has worked on platform and developer technologies for .NET, SQL, and most recently, Xbox. Prior to Microsoft, Don roamed the earth helping developers come to terms with COM, Including writing Essential COM for Addison-Wesley.