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  • Blog Post: Office 365 API Tools for Visual Studio– Building Office 365 Android Apps with Xamarin

    The Office 365 APIs allow you to easily integrate Office 365 services into your apps in a consistent way. You can access user data like calendars, documents and more using REST APIs and standard OAuth flows from any platform. The Office 365 API Tools for Visual Studio make it super easy for developers...
  • Blog Post: Office 365 API Tools for Visual Studio - Users and Files

    The Office 365 APIs allow you to easily integrate Office 365 services into your apps in a consistent way. You can access user data like calendars, documents and more using REST APIs and standard OAuth flows from any platform. The Office 365 API Tools for Visual Studio make it super easy for developers...
  • Blog Post: New Preview of Office 365 API Tools for Visual Studio

    Amongst the multitude of developer-focused announcements we made this week at TechEd, we also released a new preview of the Office 365 API Tools for Visual Studio . This latest update supports a lot more project types and includes .NET and JavaScript client libraries that make it really easy to authenticate...
  • Blog Post: Channel 9 Video: Office 365 API Tools for Visual Studio

    UPDATE 5/14/14: The team released a new preview this week! See: New Preview of Office 365 API Tools for Visual Studio I was in Redmond last week so I grabbed the old pocket camera and a conference room for an off-the-cuff interview with Michael Zlatkovsky, a Program Manager on the Cloud Business Apps...
  • Blog Post: Trip Report: Silicon Valley Code Camp

    This last weekend I spoke at Silicon Valley Code Camp -- the biggest code camp in the world! I delivered two sessions that were very well attended -- I think the room held about 50 people and both sessions were filled. Thanks all for coming! In the first session I focused on building HTML5-based business...
  • Blog Post: Cloud Business Apps & Visual Studio 2013 at Silicon Valley Code Camp!

    I’ll be speaking again this year at the biggest code camp in the world – Silicon Valley Code Camp – on October 5th & 6th. I’ve been speaking there for years and it’s always a well run and very well attended code camp. If you’ve never attended and you’re in the San Francisco Bay Area I *highly* encourage...
  • Blog Post: Use Your MSDN Benefit to Convert Your Office 365 Developer Preview

    The easiest way to get started developing SharePoint apps with LightSwitch is to sign up for a free trial of an Office 365 Developer account at dev.office.com. Because Office 365 has moved from preview to release, if you signed up for a preview account, you have until May 31st to convert it to a paid...
  • Blog Post: Theming a LightSwitch SharePoint App with ThemeRoller

    One of the many great benefits of building HTML clients with LightSwitch is that you can easily change the theme of your apps with standard CSS. When you install the HTML Client Preview 2 you get two themes to choose from, a dark theme (the default in Preview 2) and a light theme. However you can completely...
  • Blog Post: Sending Email from a LightSwitch SharePoint App using Exchange Online

    About a week ago I showed you how to get started building SharePoint 2013 apps with LightSwitch HTML Client Preview 2 by signing up for a free Office 365 developer account and working through the Survey App tutorial . If you missed it: Get Started Building SharePoint Apps in Minutes with LightSwitch...
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