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HTML5 Web Application Development By Example Beginner's guide by J.M. Gustafson

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Creating our first application

Throughout this and the next couple of chapters, we will be building a tasklist application that uses HTML5 and CSS3. Before we get started we should spell out the specifications for our application so we know what we want to build.

  • Our tasklist application should allow the user to quickly type in one or more task names and display them in a list.
  • The user should be able to easily manipulate the tasks by editing them, deleting them, or moving them up or down in the order of the list.
  • The application should remember the tasks that were entered, so when the user comes back to it they can continue where they left off.
  • The UI should be reactive so that it can be used on a number of different devices with different screen ...

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