Everything you need to know before publishing a Microsoft Desktop Bridge application

After a long work, the App Consult team finally published a blog post about best practices and common issues related to Desktop Bridge applications! The post outlines the most common issues that App Consult Team identified when testing a package, both technical (writing to installation folder, not compatibility with Windows 10 S, etc.) and around…

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Como testar se sua aplicação está de acordo com as políticas da loja do Windows 10

  Conforme comentei no post Traga sua aplicação Desktop para a loja do Windows, agora é possível publicar aplicações Desktop (desenvolvidas em qualquer linguagem) na loja do Windows 10.   Para publicar uma aplicação Desktop no Windows 10, a aplicação precisa estar de acordo com as políticas da loja do Windows 10. A melhor forma de…

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Publique sua aplicação Desktop na loja do Windows 10

Você sabia que é possível publicar aplicações Desktops desenvolvidas em qualquer linguagem (Delphi, Java, VB6, WinForms, WPF, Electron, etc), na loja do Windows 10? O primeiro passo é possuir uma conta de desenvolvedor para poder publicar seus aplicativos e ter acesso aos benefícios que ajudarão você a planejar, criar e comercializar seu aplicativo. Clique aqui para…

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Evento Windows Platform Bridge Tour

  Nos próximos dias 29 e 30 de maio, teremos o evento Windows Platform Desktop Bridge Hackathon no escritório da Microsoft São Paulo. Esse evento será apresentado pelo time de produto do Windows e pelo time de suporte Microsoft Premier. No evento, iremos discutir como converter e evoluir aplicações legadas Desktop (VB6, Delphi, .NET Windows…

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Internet Explorer Enterprise Mode – Part 4: Enterprise Mode Site List Portal

I am so proud to announce the new tool specifically targeted for larger organizations: The Enterprise Mode Site List Portal.     This new tool allows you to manage your Enterprise Mode Site List, hosted by the app, with multiple users. Updates are made by submitting new change requests, which are then approved by a…

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.NET Core 1.1 – How to publish a self-contained application

If you are new with .NET Core 1.1, please take a look at the post .NET Core 1.1 – Where to Start first.   I am assuming you already have an ASP.NET MVC application created and build. If you don’t have, please check the following post: NET Core 1.1 – Creating an ASP.NET Core using the…

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.NET Core 1.1 – How to publish an ASP.NET Core using .NET CLI

If you are new with .NET Core 1.1, please take a look at the post .NET Core 1.1 – Where to Start first.   I am assuming you already have an ASP.NET MVC application created and build. If you don’t have, please check the following post: NET Core 1.1 – Creating an ASP.NET Core using the…

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.NET Core 1.1 – Creating an ASP.NET Core using the .NET CLI

If you are new with .NET Core 1.1, please take a look at the post .NET Core 1.1 – Where to Start first.   After having the SDK installed, the first step is to open up the command prompt (I am using PowerShell as I am using Windows) and type the following command to visualize…

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.NET Core 1.1 – Where to start?

Hi, as you may notice, the version .NET Core 1.1 changed some significant things like the new command of CLI options, the project settings now is made through a XML format instead of JSON and the back of the CSPROJ extension.   If you are new using .NET Core, maybe your question is: where to…

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