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Can someone show me where to find info on how to write app for windows 8 RT not windows 8.

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I would like to write a simple app for my windows surface tablet, but can’t find anything on it.  What I found at Microsoft require VS 2013 for windows 8 and is says it will not work on RT.  

Thanks in advance!
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i belive following link [ Windows_store_app_dev_on_Windows_RT.docx ] will help you in writing code for Windows RT. Scenarios covered by this documentation include general development practices for Windows Store apps that run on Windows RT, remote debugging, installing the Windows App Certification Kit, installing app packages, and sensor API development.

Refer here :http://www.microsoft.com/en-in/download/details.aspx?id=30703
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Thank you I had found this already.  I'm trying to find out how to compile the c# code for the windows 8 RT app
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When you create your project in Visual Studio, just pick a template from the "Windows Store" category and it will be deployable to RT.
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