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Publishing Office add-ins to the Office Store

Posted by on Jan 25, 2016 in #Office365Dev | 6 comments

Alright, you’ve finished your Office (or Outlook) add-in – now how do you get it into the hands of the world? Your channel for distributing your solutions to the Office applications is called the Office Store! If you haven’t seen it, pay a visit here: https://store.office.com/ The Office Store is your way of connecting with millions of...

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Microsoft Graph: Authentication with the converged model (preview)

Posted by on Jan 21, 2016 in #Office365Dev | 1 comment

If you haven’t heard, there is an easy way to call a great amount of Microsoft APIs – using one single endpoint. This endpoint, so called the Microsoft Graph (https://graph.microsoft.io/) lets you access everything from data, to intelligence and insights powered by the Microsoft cloud. No longer will you need to keep track of different endpoints and...

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Developing Outlook add-ins – where to integrate and what you can do

Posted by on Jan 20, 2016 in #Office365Dev | 4 comments

With the new application model for the Office applications comes the possibility to build Outlook add-ins. For you as developers, this means that you have a chance to integrate your solutions and ideas with one of the most used productivity suite in the world. Now bring Office Store into the mix… talk about a potential user base (customers)! Building...

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Microsoft Graph: Authentication with Azure AD

Posted by on Jan 18, 2016 in #Office365Dev | 1 comment

If you haven’t heard, there is an easy way to call a great amount of Microsoft APIs – using one single endpoint. This endpoint, so called the Microsoft Graph (https://graph.microsoft.io/) lets you access everything from data, to intelligence and insights powered by the Microsoft cloud. No longer will you need to keep track of different...

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