The process starts by placing, moving and resizing assorted objects on your page: images, videos, buttons, lists, checkboxes, whatever they might be.
Next comes the tricky task of making sure the app works as you expect. And this isn\’t particularly easy, at all. You don\’t need programming knowledge, but there are lots of options and settings you\’ll need to learn in order to get everything working properly as well as entering Excel code for more complex logic.
Once it\’s all done then you can use the app yourself, or share it with others. See the details below for more information
Posted by: tonygurney | March 12, 2015
Using Windows 8 to build Windows 8 apps #yam