In this chapter, we explored a number of different ways to deploy our WPF applications. We looked over the older Setup Project type and the InstallShield Limited Edition Project type, but focused primarily on the newer ClickOnce technology. We investigated how ClickOnce deployments are made and how we can safely store and access data in isolated storage. We ended by looking at a number of ways to access the various application versions available to us in .NET.
In the final chapter, we'll take a look at a summary of what has been covered throughout this book and investigate what you can do next to continue this journey. We'll suggest a few possible ways that you could extend our application framework further and what you can do to advance your application development further in general.