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Starting with the next chapter, that all changes. You'll see that coding Windows 8 with JavaScript
is inherently a somewhat different experience than coding JavaScript for the web. A Windows 8
application is primarily an application written against the Windows 8 API. JavaScript is just the means
by which you express logic and orchestrate calls to the underlying API.
In this context, HTML and CSS are just UI languages through which you design and express the
user interface. More than HTML5 elements and custom CSS, you'll be focusing on Windows 8 HTML
attributes and style sheets. Everything you have learned in these early chapters will turn out to be
helpful in later chapters. But there's a lot more to learn about HTML, CSS, and JavaScript that hasn't
been mentioned yet.
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