Creating Hosted Web Apps with Project Westminster

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Hosted Web Apps are Universal Windows Apps that let you leverage your existing web workflows and continuous deployment to publish a responsive web app to the Windows Store. You can start with a preexisting website URL, place it in the app manifest, and create an app targeting the Windows 10 platform. Once installed, your website can integrate with the platform and call Universal Windows APIs from JavaScript. For more information and resources, check out the "Project Westminster" landing page.

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      Sneakss

      That is a very helpfull video here. It's quiet complex to all understand for me but with your pic it's more easy. Thanks, I'll check often to understand on the long way !

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      Garenyondem

       Easy. thanks.

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      luca

      What is the security of install an Application that Point to a remote url that can change the content of the app remotely without any advise for the end user?
      Anybody can submit an application that initially have flight arcade inside and after a month changes website for have security issues, ads, crapware and so on..no?

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      Rosshe

      Yes the redirect after publication is possible but clearly violates multiple Windows Store Policies. When detected by the store, this app would be taken down. It's a similar process to Windows 8/8.1 apps that contained a WebView.

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