We're excited to share three new code samples for Office Add-ins Patterns and Practices. One sample uses storage techniques to access data from an Office Add-in when offline. The other two samples show you how to authenticate Office Add-ins to get file info from Microsoft Graph. Try them out today!Read more Office Add-in Development Community (PnP) – July 2019 update
If you built your custom functions project using the Yo Office Yeoman generator template during the preview period prior to May 6, you’ll want to update parts of the project ensure it is using the GA version libraries and features. This blog post covers the methods that have changed.Read more Update your custom functions project
Nominate your favorite Microsoft 365 app. If there’s an application that changes how you work or makes you more productive, nominate that solution for the 2019 Microsoft app awards. Nominations close Aug 9.Read more Nominations closed for 2019 Microsoft 365 app awards
We're excited to announce two new solutions for Office Add-ins Patterns and Practices! Learn about batching custom function calls and how to save and share state in custom functions. This blog links to the complete code samples and docs for both solutions.Read more Office Add-in Development Community (PnP) – June 2019 update
As thousands of developers arrive in Seattle for the Microsoft Build conference, we’re excited to share with the community what we’ve been working on in Office Extensibility. We’ll also be sharing news about Microsoft 365, Microsoft Graph, and Microsoft Teams in separate blog posts.Read more Office Extensibility: Build 2019
Office 365 Developer Program now offers integrated benefits with Visual Studio Professional and Enterprise. Your paid subscription in both programs grants you a free renewable Office 365 Developer subscription with up to 25 users.Read more New Office 365 Developer Program benefits for Visual Studio Subscribers!
Office 365 developer program announces a new renewable developer subscription. On April 3rd, we moved to a new model that enables a perpetual renewal of your developer subscription. Now, you can get a free Office 365 developer subscription with 25 user licenses to use to build your solutions and it will remain active for as long as you’re actively developing and deploying solutions. No more rip and replace after one year.Read more New renewable Office 365 developer subscriptions launch on April 3rd