Windows Surface RT Development - VB.net/VSTO/ASP.net

Posted on 2013-01-13
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What development tools are available for the Windows Surface RT OS?
I develop in VBA, VB.net: VSTO, ASP.net.

Question by:Murray Brown
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IanTh earned 300 total points
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I have found out if you can do an android app that can work on windows 8 as a tile only for RT I think not pro
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jkpieterse earned 300 total points
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Not sure about the other languages, but VBA is out of the question. For Office, you need to develop apps in JavaScript/HTML/CSS
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by:Éric Moreau
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You need to use Visual Studio 2012 (and yes you can use VB.Net)
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thanks very much

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