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  • Blog Post: Publishing apps for Office and SharePoint to Windows Azure Websites

    Windows Azure Websites are a great hosting platform for a variety of applications – and your app can be one of them. Azure Websites are easy to create and offer advanced management, scalability, and load-balancing features – and of course, great integration with Visual Studio. With our new streamlined...
  • Blog Post: Announcing Visual Studio 2013 RTM

    Visual Studio 2013 RTM is now available for download! This release brings you the latest set developer tools for the Office platform. We are excited to share an overview of the new features available to you in this release. Office 365 Cloud Business App Visual Studio 2013 introduces a new project...
  • Blog Post: Using Windows Azure to host Apps for Office and SharePoint

    In this article, we introduce Windows Azure as a platform for building an app for Office or SharePoint. We also briefly enumerate the benefits of choosing Windows Azure in your app and provide resources to get you started. Introducing Windows Azure With the new cloud app model for Office and SharePoint...
  • 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: Debugging Remote Event Receivers with Visual Studio

    Editor’s update (3/21/2013) : The RTM version of the Office Developer Tools for Visual Studio 2012 include tools for debugging remote event receivers. You no longer have to follow the procedure described in this post. Chakkaradeep just published a post about the new tools for debugging remote event receivers...
  • Blog Post: Developing an SharePoint 2013 AutoHosted App with Admin On-Behalf BCS Subscription

    Introduction to BCS events Until SharePoint 2010, Business Connectivity Services (BCS) was all about “pull,” that is, users needed to “refresh” the data from a SharePoint site in order to fetch the latest data records from the external system. With SharePoint 2013, BCS goes one step further by enabling...
  • Blog Post: Designing the Medal Tracker Template

    Medal Tracker is a new template in Excel that uses three apps for Office to quickly find and visualize information on Olympic medals. To try it for yourself, download Office 2013 Preview , open Excel, and choose Medal Tracker from the list of templates on the start screen. You can also watch the short...
  • Blog Post: Using a Windows Azure SQL Database with Autohosted apps for SharePoint

    Update 6/10/2014: This post mentions autohosted apps for SharePoint. The autohosted apps for SharePoint preview program is now closed. For information about the closure of the program see Update on Autohosted Apps Preview Program . For instructions about how to convert an autohosted app to a provider...
  • Blog Post: Building apps with Visual Studio and Windows Azure

    Update: This post mentions autohosted apps for SharePoint. The autohosted apps for SharePoint preview program is now closed. For information about the closure of the program see Update on Autohosted Apps Preview Program . For instructions about how to convert an autohosted app to a provider-hosted app...
  • Blog Post: Building apps for SharePoint and Office 365

    Update 6/10/2014: This post mentions autohosted apps for SharePoint. The autohosted apps for SharePoint preview program is now closed. For information about the closure of the program see Update on Autohosted Apps Preview Program . For instructions about how to convert an autohosted app to a provider...
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