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Developing Windows Store Apps with HTML5 and JavaScript by Rami Sarieddine

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Introducing feature-rich form elements

Forms and <form> elements are an integral part of any application or website, from a login form to a complete contact or registration form. In HTML4, the <form> elements were very idle, and for any feature or advanced styling, JavaScript was a necessity. And for any interaction, or data submission and validation, it demanded server and client-side scripting, and its functionality was inhibited if the scripting was disabled in the browser. HTML5 brought major improvements to the <form> elements with new attributes and input types, and added features such as browser-based validation and CSS styling that provide a better experience for the users filling it, and all possible simplicity for the developers creating ...

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