Android to Windows 8 Part 4: Running the Windows Store Application
sponsored by Microsoft

Access part four of this useful blog post on Windows 8 development from an Android developer’s perspective, and be well on your way to creating your first app, by learning the ins and outs of the development environment, how to create a simple user interface, and how to perform navigation. 

In particular, this lesson will teach you how to run and see what your Windows store project looks like.  Learn three different ways you can run the application – on your local development machine, in the Visual Studio simulator, and on a remote machine.

Join us at the App Builder Virtual Summit on May 2nd  to learn about designing, building and marketing an app for Windows 8 and Windows Phone.

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