Deploying applications with IExpress: How to deploy an application, using the IExpress tool. 4 Tutorials EBook to the Microsoft Gallery. Did you know windows has a built-in tool to create self-extracting archives? Its name is ”?. Click on any. Bring up a command prompt or press START+R, type IExpress and press . XInput Tutorial Part 1: Adding gamepad support to your Windows.
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I have no problem with MSI file downloads. They are as simple as running an EXE. Luckily there is a simple and free solution at hand in the guise of a quirky and little-known application included even as late as the Windows 7 base distribution called IExpress. This tool was originally created to enable branded deployments of Internet Explorer 6 shocking, I knowbut we can subvert it quite easily to our needs.
Setting the post-build event in the Visual Studio Setup project. And there you have it. Building your Setup project in Visual Studio should now tutoriap a single EXE file at the end of the build which you can deploy on your web site or other distribution media!
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Graphics and Animation 7. Gamepad support Tuorial 1. Prototype Analysis LightSwitch for Games 1. Introduction and First Project 2. Creating a Web Interface 4.
Adding gamepad support to your Windows game 2. Mapping gamepad buttons and analog movement to Windows keyboard events Usage example: The Earth and The Nature of Planets 3.
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