Microsoft is encouraging developers to use jQuery 2.0 and HTML5 to develop jQuery-based Windows Store applications. Microsoft Open Technologies and appendTo are working toward that end in partnership. "[T]hanks to this cooperation, the process for developing jQuery 2.0-based Windows Store applications should now be smoother, safer and more streamlined," Frederic Lardinois writes.
Microsoft wants more Windows Store apps based on jQuery 2.0
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