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.
Niner since 2013
One Dev Question with Raymond Chen - Error Reporting in Windows
The 'One Dev Question with Raymond Chen' video series is part of the One Dev Minute channel. In this series, longtime Microsoft developer and semi-official Windows historian Raymond Chen covers a series of questions about Microsoft Windows development, team culture, and/or history. If you...
Microsoft Edge F12 tools
Microsoft Edge introduces great new improvements to F12 developer tools, including some of your most requested features from UserVoice. Explore new features in the DOM Explorer, Console, Debugger, Network, Performance, Memory, Emulation, and a new Experiments tool, that allows you to try out powerful...
Scaling and effective pixels in UWP apps
When you design your Universal Windows Platform (UWP) app, you're designing in effective pixels, not actual physical pixels. Using effective pixels lets your Universal Windows Platform app scale to different screen sizes. Watch this video to understand the concepts and then read the...
Ionic apps on Windows 10
With Hosted Web Apps, you are able to use Ionic, a simple drag & drop interface tool, for building native UWP apps for Windows 10 with a click of the mouse. This short video illustrates how to take your Ionic app and deploy it across Windows and other supported platforms. ...
Creating Audio Graphs for Universal Windows Apps
Audio graphs are a set of interconnected audio nodes through which audio data flows. This video gives you an overview of how you can use the Windows.Media.Audio namespace to quickly create and use audio graphs in your Universal Windows Apps. For more information, see this Audio Graph How-to guide.
Toast notifications using Windows Bridge for Web Apps
Hosted Web Apps are Universal Windows Apps. Leveraging your existing web workflows and continuous deployment you can update your experience without redeploying to the Windows Store. Start with a pre-existing website URL, place it in the app manifest, and create an app targeting the Windows 10 platform....
Developing for Windows 10: Interview with Kevin Gallo
Kevin Gallo, the Director of Program Management for the Windows Developer Platform team for Windows 10, is currently leading the creation and delivery of the Universal Windows Platform as a Corporate Vice President for the app platform team. In this interview, he discusses new features of the Windows...
Creating Hosted Web Apps with Project Westminster
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....
Getting started with Windows 10 development
Want to get started with Windows 10 development? This video guides you through installing Visual Studio and the Windows 10 SDK so that you can start creating your own Universal Windows Platform apps.
Making Windows games and apps with Unity
Average: 4(4)Unity is a cross-platform game engine for creating games and apps on multiple platforms: including Windows and Windows Phone. It's available in free and professional versions, and is the ideal way to quickly create 3D and 2D games for all your favorite devices.This video will quickly introduce...