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The goal of this tutorial is to get you building Chrome apps fast. Once you've completed the tutorial, you will have a simple Todo app. We've done our best to capture some of the trickier parts to the development process keeping the sample simple and straightforward.
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Get Ready to Build Chrome Apps!

Chrome apps are written in HTML5, JavaScript, and CSS, just like web apps. But they look and behave more like native apps, and they have super-powerful capabilities, like the ability to interact with network and hardware devices, media tools, and much more.

This repository contains only the code for the Codelab. Please, make sense of this code by following the step-by-step tutorial in the Chrome Apps docs site

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