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That’s not bad, but probably not something you’ll do very much. Chances are you’re going to want to customize it to some extent. or so it seems—gotcha! We’re actually passing in just one parameter. This is a pretty important concept to un‐ derstand so let’s spend a minute or two on it. Check the parentheses and curly braces in the call, and you’ll see that we’re passing just one parameter to createWindow, but it contains two items—title and backgroundColor—within curly braces. The braces hold a JSON structure.
Back to our code. Our JSON object contains two parameters, title and background Color, to create a window object that’s the specified title and background color. info | 33 }); title:'Tab 1', window:win1 This command creates one of the two tabs in our tab group. The first thing to notice is how similar the createTab command is to the createWindow command. It also takes a JSON structure as the single parameter. Another thing to notice is that of the three JSON items, one is the object reference we created with the createWindow command (win dow:win1).