Remote Debugging your Windows Store app on your Surface

Posted by: Method ~ of ~ failed, on 26 Oct 2012 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

So you got that shiny new Surface device today? Im sure you spent the first few hours just opening it up, setting your personal experiences to your desire, re-installing and discovering new apps. But you are a developer and now you want to see how your app looks on this great deviceHere are some tips to get you quickly started. Setting up the tools One thing to keep in mind is that Surface is NOT a full desktop machine and runs on an ARM processor. This means to that you cannot install Visual...

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