Build App for Windows 10

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  1. Daniel
    Daniel avatar
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    Jun 2015

    Posted 29 Sep Link to this post

    I have developed a Cordova hybrid app with Telerik Appbuilder and it is working on all platforms, Android, iOS and Windows Phone 8.1. But when I start the app on a windows 10 device the buttons and tabstrip are not shown correctly.

    The first picture shows what it looks like on a Windows Phone 8.1 device. The second image is a screenshot from a Windows Phone 10 device. As you can see the text in of the buttons isn't centered and there white arrow-like icons on the tabstrip buttons.

    Furthermore, I can't build and deploy my app to the Windows 10 device. I always get the following error:

    Build and Deploy: 'Unable to build and deploy KBS.InsectFinder on one or more devices. For more information, see the log.'
    Error when installing the app. A runtime error has occured. Correct the Capabilities-Values in the file "WMAppManifest.xml".

    How must I build my app so it works correctly on a Windows 10 device?

  2. Kaloyan
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    Posted 04 Oct Link to this post

    Hi Daniel,

    Telerik Platform does not officially support Windows 10 Mobile at this stage. However, I just tried on my side and I was able to successfully build and deploy a new Kendo Drawer app to our test Windows 10 device both via cable connection and QR code. This said and the given error message on your side, I would suggest you to check the Capabilities in your project and see if there are some that needs to be disabled/enabled. You can do this from Properties > Windows Phone > Capabilities.

    As for the rendering issue, can you please prepare a sample AppBuilder project that clearly reproduces it and share it with us? This will allow us to investigate further. Thank you for this in advance.

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