A Windows Store App is a type of application that runs on Windows 8 or higher device. Unlike traditional desktop apps, a Windows Store app can work smoothly with a variety of input sources, including touch, pen, mouse, and keyboard input and can be alive with activity and features.
You can create Windows Store apps using programming languages.
Individuals can prepare for MCSD: App Builder certification with Microsoft authorized training at ONLC.
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|Click Title for Dates & Outlines||Days||Fee|
|Windows Store Apps Using HTML5|
|Windows Store Apps Using C#|
|20483: C# Programming Level 3: Developer Deep Dive (Microsoft Course 20483)||5||$2795|
|C# On-Demand: Programming in C# (20483)||5||$995|
Windows Store Apps courses are related to Microsoft's App Builder track. You must earn MCSA certification to then progress onto MCSD: App Builder certification. The MCSD credential validates you have the skills needed to build modern mobile and/or web applications and services.
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