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Migratinh Silverlight widgets to HTML5

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I need to build application which is currently implemented in Silverlight. It will be my fist project using HTML5. I haev the following web page:
- map
- 5 buttons
Each button opens a form/paneel INSIDE the same browser window. User MAY DRAG/MOVE the form inside the  window. User can have SEVERAL FORMS OPENED at simultaneously
These forms are similar:  user enters particular search criteria, data are retrieved from the server-side database and the results are displayed in a grid/table.
How can I implement this behaviour in HTML with as less javascript as possible?
I checked html modal Windows - I cannot move them around so not convenient for the user which wants to have two or more forms opened at the same time...
I checked many HTML5 templates, tutorials on the web but more or less the examples not business-oriented application. Should I better check JQuery?

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Hi glemarie,

i think you have to use/check for the jquery , it's better and think that working fine for more you can check

http://www.plupload.com/example_queuewidget.php

http://mmcelhaney-my-gadgets.blogspot.com/2011/07/from-silverlight-to-html5-codeproject.html
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Soory to confirm late, need to check some other related
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