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Preface : 
 
 
Chapter 1: 
  1.1 The Zen Demo
1.2 Supported Browsers
1.3 The Zen Community
1.4 Benefits of Zen
1.5 Background Reading
Chapter 2: 
  2.1 Hello World
2.2 Creating a Zen Application
2.3 Creating a Zen Page
2.3.1 Step 1: New Page Wizard
2.3.2 Step 2: XData Contents Block
2.3.3 Step 3: Client-Side Method
2.3.4 Step 4: Viewing the HTML Output
2.3.5 Step 5: Server-Side Method
2.4 Zen Naming Conventions
2.5 Zen Sample Applications
2.6 Zen Wizards
Chapter 3: 
  3.1 Client and Server
3.1.1 Zen and CSP
3.1.2 Zen Pages at Runtime
3.2 Zen Applications
3.3 Zen Pages
3.4 Zen Components
Chapter 4: 
  4.1 Page
4.2 Layout
4.3 Style
4.4 Behavior
4.4.1 Display
4.4.2 Drag and Drop
4.5 Customization
Chapter 5: 
  5.1 XData Contents
5.2 Pages
5.3 Titles
5.3.1 Simple Titles
5.3.2 Complex Titles
5.4 Groups
5.4.1 Layout Strategy
5.4.2 Simple Group Components
5.4.3 Menu Components
5.4.4 Active Group Components
5.4.5 Other Group Components
5.4.6 Group Layout and Style Attributes
5.5 Template Pages
5.6 Panes
5.7 Generated HTML
Chapter 6: 
  6.1 Component Style Attributes
6.2 Enclosing <div> Element
6.3 XData Style
6.4 Inheritance of Styles
6.5 Cascade of Styles
6.6 Overriding Built-in Styles
6.6.1 Finding the CSS Style Name
6.6.2 Overriding a CSS Style Rule
6.7 Applying New Styles
Chapter 7: 
  7.1 New Zen Application Wizard
7.2 New Zen Component Wizard
7.3 New Zen Page Wizard
7.4 New Zen Report Wizard
7.5 Studio Assist
7.6 Zen Chart Wizard
7.7 Zen TablePane Wizard
7.8 Zen Element Wizard
7.9 Zen Method Wizard
7.10 Zen Style Wizard