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Use TypeScript in a Visual Studio Office add-in project

Posted by on Dec 4, 2015 in #Office365Dev, Visual Studio | 4 comments

If you would like to use something that is strongly typed compared to JavaScript when building your Office add-ins, there’s a superset of JavaScript called TypeScript. It compiles back to plain JavaScript and runs in any browser, any host and any operating system. It’s a great way to help you ensure the quality and code maintainability of your...

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Office Add-ins: Launch in Office Online

Posted by on Sep 28, 2015 in #Office365Dev, Visual Studio | 0 comments

One of the greatest things about building Office Add-ins is the fact that they will run in Office Online (for instance Word Online, Excel Online and PowerPoint Online). Bringing your Office Add-ins across a large set of operating systems and devices. Obviously we will need to test and make sure that our Office Add-in works in these different environments....

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Office Add-ins: Launch in Excel Online from Visual Studio

Posted by on Sep 27, 2015 in #Office365Dev, Visual Studio | 1 comment

One of the greatest things about building Office Add-ins is the fact that they will run in Office Online (for instance Word Online, Excel Online and PowerPoint Online). Bringing your Office Add-ins across a large set of operating systems and devices. Obviously we will need to test and make sure that our Office Add-in works in these different...

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Securing a load-balanced API with Azure API Management and an Azure Virtual Network: Installing IIS and Web Deploy

Posted by on Mar 21, 2015 in #Azure, #PowerShell, Visual Studio, Windows Server | 0 comments

[This is part 2 of 4 in this series about securing a load-balanced API hosted on Azure VMs with Azure API Management and an Azure Virtual Network. You’ll find the table of contents at the bottom of this post.] Be sure to have the RDP and Web Deploy endpoints configured on your VMs (in the Azure portal). If you haven’t already configured them, have a...

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