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Developing windows 8 live tile web page using asp.net

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From what I saw on TV, uses can move the tiles around?  
How hard is it to develop this using asp.net 3.5 or 4.5(vs2012)?
Will this work in IE 8 browser?  we could be upgrading to IE10 later but for now we can only use IE8.

thank you.
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Chinmay Patel earned 500 total points
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I will recommend that you take a look at

http://modernui.org.ua/

It has all the guidance you will ever need to implement modern UI. Also please note that moving of the tiles can be achieved with Jquery .
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Thank you, that is a great link.
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