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At Build 2014, Microsoft announced that WinJS was going open source and the first goal was to make it available to web sites, not just Windows and phone apps. On September 17th, the first official release of WinJS 3.0 was made available and brought with it cross browser compatibility. Setting it up to work on your site is no different than any other JavaScript library. But extending a Universal, Windows or Phone app to also include a web interface that includes WinJS in another thing entirely.

In this article I will demonstrate how to create a web app with WinJS 3 and then reuse that code in a Universal app. I will then show how you can extend the capabilities of your site to include native WinRT features without using Cordova to create a hybrid application.

Read the full article I have posted over on Code Project.

Posted on Sunday, October 5, 2014 4:48 PM | Back to top


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