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Project Silk: Client-side Web Development for Modern Browsers

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Project Silk: Client-side Web Development for Modern Browsers
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Publisher: Microsoft
ISBN-13: 9781621140115
Number of pages: 319

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'Project Silk' provides guidance for building cross-browser web applications that are characterized by rich graphics, interactivity, and a responsive user interface, resulting in an immersive and engaging user experience.

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