On the search window, type “mobileservices.winjs”, and that will show the NuGet package for the Windows Store / JS. The current “stable” version (0.2.0) is exactly the same one as the one which is on the current MSI-based SDK. We also have one version (0.3.0-alpha) which is a preview of the next version. It’s similar to the 0.2.0, with some bug fixes. It will appear if you select the “include prerelease” option as shown below; after a few weeks of testing we’ll mark that package “stable”). Select the package and click “Install”.
That’s it. On the version 0.2.0, one file will be added to your project: MobileServices.js; on the next version, two files will be added to your project: MobileServices.js and MobileServices.pri – the first being the code for the SDK itself, and the second one is a compiled file containing the resources for the library (basically, exception strings). To use the library, open the file “default.html”, then click and drag the file “MobileServices.js” into the list of app references. That’s very similar to what was done with the MSI-based SDK, but the file was dragged from the references folder.
And that’s it. As always, please let us know if you have any comments / suggestions on the new features which we’re shipping.