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Pro Windows 8.1 Development with XAML and C# by Jon Galloway, Philip Japikse, Jesse Liberty

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CHAPTER 12

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Publishing Your App

You’ve written your app. It’s tested locally. You’ve decided if (and how) you will try and make money from it. Now you are ready to publish it for the world to see. In this chapter, we show you how to do just that, from choosing the business model for your app to the many steps involved in publishing. But first, you need a developer account.

Signing Up for a Developer Account

Before submitting your app to the Windows Store, you must have a developer account. There are two types of developer accounts: individual accounts and company accounts. If you are a solo developer, you will want to select the individual account ...

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