Join Michael Lehman for an in-depth discussion in this video Fine-tuning your app manifest and packaging the app, part of Visual Studio 2013 for Windows Store Developers.
…When building a Windows Store App, there's a whole bunch of…settings that need to be set, in the App X manifest.…Visual Studio provides you an editor for the App…X manifest which contains all of these different things.…So let's take a quick look at how to fine tune you App X manifest.…First of all, in the Application section.…You get to change the display name, that's what displays on the start screen.…You also you get to decide which piece of your solution…actually contains the beginnings of your application, and your default language.…
Also this description will show up in various aspects in…the start screen such as when you search for your app.…You can specify an optional setting of different rotations that…your app is allowed to do, and a minimum width.…If you use notifications and live tile updates,…you need to set these items here, on whether…or not your application is Toast capable, and…whether or not your app supports lock screen notifications.…And if your app tile is updated by periodically polling a URI, you need…
- What's new in Visual Studio 2013?
- Exploring the editor
- Invoking the compiler
- Using the debugger
- Creating apps for Windows Store
- Debugging a Windows Store app using a simulator
- Creating an account and connecting to the Windows Store
- Packaging the app
Skill Level Beginner
1. Overview of Visual Studio 2013
2. Windows Store Development
3. Debugging and Deploying Windows Store Apps
Remote debugging2m 3s
4. Connecting to the Windows Store
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