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This chapter is from the book

This chapter is from the book

Run in the Simulator

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As I’ve said, the Visual Studio Win8 app templates are far more complete than the application templates for other environments. Let’s gtve this one a whirl in the Simulator:

common_circle.jpg Set the Development Environment to Run in the Simulator

You can do this from the Visual Studio toolbar. Just select Simulator instead of Local Machine:

common_circle.jpg Build and Run the Application

You can click the green arrow next to Simulator on the toolbar, choose Start Debugging from the Debug menu, or just press F5.

After a moment or two (or more—sometimes it takes awhile), your app will open in the Simulator, as shown on the next page.

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