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Create a read mode mail add-in for Outlook

Posted by on Feb 29, 2016 in #Office365Dev | 0 comments

With the new application model for Office comes a brand new way of extending Office with your own functionality – using the tools and dev stacks that we already know and love. This blog post demonstrates a few different ways to interact with the Office context. Accessing different types of data for a mailbox item (message or appointment) in read...

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Understand the Microsoft Graph with a Console App

Posted by on Feb 24, 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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Create your very first good-looking Word add-in

Posted by on Feb 22, 2016 in #Office365Dev | 3 comments

With the new application model for Office comes a brand new way of extending Office with your own functionality – using the tools and dev stacks that we already know and love. This blog post demonstrates a few different ways to interact with the Office context. Adding different types of content, reading selected data from the document and displaying...

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Microsoft Graph: Outlook Extensions

Posted by on Feb 2, 2016 in #Office365Dev | 1 comment

What is the Microsoft Graph? 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. This is a part of my Microsoft Graph posts...

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