This is the 5th in a series of posts highlighting top articles in the MSDN Library, as chosen by the documentation writers. These are articles that describe some of the features and technologies that are new/exciting to people around here. Today's post highlights articles about Apps for Office and SharePoint. You might also want to look at my previous posts, about LightSwitch, Windows Store apps, asynchronous programming, and C++ AMP.

Overview of apps for Office

Create apps for Office and SharePoint by using "Napa" Office 365 Development Tools

How to: Create your first content app for Excel by using "Napa" Office 365 Development Tools

How to: Create your first task pane or content app for Word and Excel by using Visual Studio

How to: Create your first mail app for Outlook by using Visual Studio

Using Visual Studio to develop a mail app for Outlook

Walkthrough: Create a Site Column, Content Type, and List for SharePoint

How to: Create an event receiver for an app for SharePoint