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The previous posts detailed how file and protocol associations allow Windows Store Apps and Desktop Apps to activate each other. There is one drawback in both mechanisms: the end user switches back and forth from Desktop and Modern UI mode when … Continue reading
The previous post presented the WinRT Contracts that are available to exchange information between WSAs and WSAs/DAs. It is time to dig into the details of leveraging the file association feature of Windows to let one application activate another application. … Continue reading