38. Packaging, Testing, and Debugging Add-ins

Creating an Add-in Installation Package

If you’re going to write add-ins, you’re going to have to deal with software bugs. Even the simplest add-in is likely to contain bugs, so testing and debugging your add-ins is a must. However, before you can test and debug an add-in, you need to install the add-in.

If you used the Add-in Builder to create your add-in manifest, installation of the add-in is done automatically for you. However, you’ll still want to create an installation package so that others can install your add-in.

Image For more information on using the Add-in Builder, see “Creating the Manifest ...

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