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  • Blog Post: Using Office 365 APIs in your MVC and Windows 8.1 Applications – Part II

    UPDATE 5/12/2014 - A new preview is available. You can now access the Office 365 APIs using client libraries available for .NET and JavaScript. See: .NET and JavaScript libraries for Office 365 APIs In last month’s blog post , we announced the Office 365 API Tools – Preview add-in for...
  • Blog Post: Showcase apps with real world code samples

    This week we published a new type of content called showcase apps. Are you looking for a 30,000 foot view into a real world sample or complex architecture? Showcase apps will help! A showcase app is a real world code sample with accompanying video and interactive PowerPoint decks that provide in-depth...
  • Blog Post: New resources--using Office Open XML in apps for Word

    The JavaScript API for Office (Office.js) provides a way for developers to manipulate rich content in a Microsoft Word document by using Office Open XML. This blog post highlights a recently published MSDN article, Creating Better Apps for Word with Office Open XML , that shows how to use Office Open...
  • Blog Post: Developer Must-Have: 125+ Apps for Office and SharePoint Code Samples

    The Microsoft Office Content Publishing group has published more than 125 code samples for apps for Office and SharePoint, and new samples are added regularly. The code samples are now available as two sample packs to make it easier for you to download and use the materials. The team also wants to ask...
  • Blog Post: Getting data from Windows Azure Marketplace into your Office application

    This post walks through a published app for Office, along the way showing you everything you need to get started building your own app for Office that uses a data service from the Windows Azure Marketplace. Today’s post is brought to you by Moinak Bandyopadhyay. Moinak is a Program Manager on the...
  • Blog Post: Solving cross-domain problems in apps for SharePoint

    Hello there, I'm Humberto Lezama-Guadarrama, Program Manager on the Office Developer Platform team. In this post I will analyze some of the challenges that developers will likely face when building apps for SharePoint and how our cross-domain library and APIs can help you solve them. Cross-domain, the...
  • Blog Post: Licensing your apps for SharePoint

    This blog post is brought to you by Humberto Lezama Guadarrama. Humberto is a Program Manager in the Office Developer Platform team. He is the PM of the apps licensing infrastructure for SharePoint 2013. In a previous post, Creating and verifying licensing in a paid app for Office , Krishnan explained...
  • Blog Post: Using the JavaScript object model (JSOM) in apps for SharePoint

    Hi! My name is Ricardo Loo. I am a Programming Writer for SharePoint. In today's article we'll talk about how to use the JavaScript object model (JSOM) in a simple HTML page in your app for SharePoint. By using the JSOM, you can access data and functionality in SharePoint 2013. You can also use Representational...
  • Blog Post: Five Code Samples to Help You Get Started with apps for Office

    Hello, my name is Hila Shemer and I'm a Program Manager on the Office Solutions Framework team. In the past few weeks, we've posted several articles presenting the new apps for Office platform (you should definitely check out Brian's post and Rolando's post for some excellent background information)...
  • Blog Post: Five code samples to help you get started with apps for SharePoint

    I’m Jim Crowley, a senior programming writer who works on SharePoint developer documentation. My team has been working on a number of resources, articles, and samples aimed at introducing the SharePoint 2013 app model to a wide audience of developers, some of whom may be new to SharePoint, and all of...
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