How to implement in-app update in win32 app using c

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I have Win 32 app developed using Flutter and published on the Microsoft Store. Now I want to add an in-app update feature to my app but I did not find anything in Flutter so I decided to implement it in native code. I saw some Microsoft articles for the same here But it is in c# and my native Windows project is in C++.

Anybody can help with this?

Apr 11, 2023 in Flutter by Ashwini
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Here is a simplified explanation of the steps you can take to implement in-app updates in a Win32 app using C++:

  1. Create a button or menu item in your app that triggers the update process.

  2. When the user clicks the button, your app should check for available updates using the Windows Update API.

  3. If updates are available, your app should download and install them using the Windows Update API.

  4. Once the updates are installed, your app should restart itself to apply the changes.

answered Apr 11, 2023 by seena

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