I cloned a github repo and it comes with all the files in the src folder, and in the readme there’s no info about compiling. I’m pretty sure i have to use makeappx.exe but i have no idea how to do use it, or if it’s the right thing to use. it’s written in C#. ..
I’ve tried every solution I could find online but the logo keeps defaulting to electron logo. I do see my logos in the pre-appx/assets folder alongside the default Sample*.png files. This is the command I use to build the appx file: electron-windows-store –input-directory C:nukleus-online-desktop-appwin-unpacked –output-directory C: –package-version 188.8.131.52 –package-name ‘NukleusAanlynApp’ –package-display-name ‘Nukleus Aanlyn App’ –publisher-display-name ..
So I have recently developed an app for the windows store, I packaged it into an APPX package. The problem is that windows auto installs it into a non-accessible folder meaning I cannot reference .exe and .pdf files. Is there a way to make it always install 2 files in the same place, for example ..
I have a WPF app that I am planning on deploying with the Windows Application Packaging Project in Visual Studio that makes the MSIX bundle for installations and future updates. The installer automatically installs the app in C:Program FilesWindowsApps. This is fine until the program needs to cache some data or it needs to modify ..
I have an exe file that works on two different computers. I tried windows certification, it also works. But when I transform the exe file into msix with MSIX packaging tool and I test I am told that it does not work. I am unable to test the msix file on my computer as well. ..
My work computer haven’t network connetcion. But I need install specific appxs. I installed Windows Terminal from .msixbundle file. I installed Ubuntu 20.04 (WSL distro) from .appx file. They was downloaded and moved to my pc from another pc with internet connection. When I run one of them an error occurs: We want to make ..