The Windows Store Submission API allows developers to programmatically access their apps, add-ons, and package flights submissions to the Windows Store. This API could be used to retrieve data for all of the apps registered to the developer's Windows Dev Center account; create, get, or delete add-ons for their apps; create, get, or delete package flights for their apps; and more.
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The Windows Store Submission Python Sample Code by Microsoft provides Python code examples for obtaining an Azure AD access token, creating an add-on, and creating a package flight as well as for creating and committing an app submission, add-on submission, or package flight submission.
The Windows Store Submission Java Sample Code by Microsoft provides code examples in Java for obtaining an Azure AD access token, creating an add-on, creating a package flight, and for creating and committing an app submission, add-on submission, or package flight submission.
The Windows Store Submission C# Sample Code by Microsoft provides code examples for updating an app submission, creating and committing an add-on submission, updating an add-on submission, and updating a package flight submission.