Wednesday, 11 June 2014


hey guyz
today i am going to teach you how to create a setup file for your .NET application

1. Start a new project by doing one of the following:
On the File menu, point to New, and then click Project. If you have an project open that you would like to create a setup package for,
right-click Solution , MyProject (where the name of your project is MyProject)
in the Solution Explorer, point to Add, and then click New Project.

2. In the New Project dialog box, select Setup and Deployment Projects in the Project Type pane, and then select the type of setup that you want in the Templates pane. The project is added to the Solution Explorer, and then the File System Editor opens.

3. In the Properties dialog box, select the ProductName property, and then type the name of your product.

How to add files to the Setup package In the File System Editor, select the Application Folder node. Right-click the Application folder, and then on the Action menu, click Add, File. In the Add Files dialog box, browse to select any files that you need to add to your application.

NOTE: If you already have an application project in your solution, you can add the project outputs by selecting Project Outputs instead of File. To add an existing merge module to your setup package (this is not possible for a Cab project), right-click the name of your setup package in the Solution Explorer. Click Add, and then click Merge Module. In the Add Modules dialog box, browse to select any merge modules that you need to add to your application.

Thursday, 5 June 2014

hey guyz
learn here how to install visual studio express 2010 .
and start making your own apps here easy step by step

Wednesday, 14 May 2014

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Tuesday, 18 March 2014

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. Windows Phone 8 Advantages Windows Phone 8 has advantages as well. The user interface is simple and clean and boasts a great metro look that includes live tiles and the ability to customize your home screen with apps of your choice and making them the size of your choice from small, medium and large. Windows Phone 8 is easy to use and a refreshing change from the other, older operating systems found in smartphones. Another advantage Windows Phone 8 holds over Android’s Jelly Bean is that phones that run on it consume considerably less battery power. In general, Windows Phone provides enough juice to last the user all day and sometimes into the next. This is largely due to the fact that it is easy to close apps that are running in the background and the phones run on a dual-core processor instead of quad-core processors that have to work twice as hard.