Microsoft Explains to Developers how to Manage Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 Apps
If you have created Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 apps, then the next step would be to know how to manage them. Follow these advices that Microsoft has shared for Windows developers
Windows 8 developers are essential for the thriving of the Windows Store, which really needs to get more awesome Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 apps. That’s why Microsoft has made sure they provide developers with all the tools they need to create impressive and useful Windows 8 apps. We here at Wind8apps find some of the best and review them carefully for our community of readers.
In a recent post on its Windows App Builder Blog, Microsoft has shared a few advices on how to efficiently manage your Windows 8, Windows 8.1 apps. The Windows Apps Team starts with a good question that developers have been asking for quite a while now: “After I update my app for Windows 8.1, what happens for customers running Windows 8?”. And here’s Microsoft’s advices on retargeting your app for Windows 8.1:
Copy/fork your solution so you have separate solutions targeted for Windows 8 and Windows 8.1.
Retarget each of your projects in your Windows 8.1 solution.
Fix any errors that crop up due to file paths and extension SDKs.
Update your code to take advantage of new Windows 8.1 APIs and features.
Optionally, make any changes/fixes you need in the solution targeted for Windows 8.
Follow the above link to see a video that explains it carefully, as well as the next steps that you need to take to retarget your app for Windows 8.1. If you have created a Windows 8 app and you think it deserves to be reviewed, send us an email – rtyrsina @ gmail.com and we’ll have a look at it. Good luck at building awesome apps for the Windows Store!
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