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Beginning Windows Store Application Development–HTML and JavaScript Edition by Kyle Burns, Scott Isaacs

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CHAPTER 7

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WinJS Collection Controls

In the last two chapters, I introduced a number of controls that you can use to build your Windows Store applications. With the exception of the DropDownList control, all of the controls I’ve presented so far were designed to deal with a single value. Each text input control is associated with a single string; each button control is associated with a single action; and each tooltip displays a description or instructions for a single item. In fact, even though the DropDownList control contains many items to choose from, it is logically associated with the choices associated with a single setting.

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