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

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CHAPTER 20

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Printing

I’ve been writing software for many years now. Whenever the topic of adding printing features was discussed, I had one of two reactions internally. If I was working on a web-development project, I’d think, “OK, no big deal. Printer-friendly web pages are usually simple.” If I was working on a WinForms or WPF desktop application, I’d think, “Ugh.” It wasn’t rocket science to add printing support to a desktop application, but it was usually more challenging than other features that had similar value.

Fortunately, if you are using HTML and JavaScript to build Windows Store applications, adding printing support to installed applications ...

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