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Help users get more done with add-ins. Launch your custom app as a taskpane, contextual card, or a simple button on the ribbon.
Build an Outlook payment experience & reduce the friction of collecting payments by eliminating the need to sign in or enter payment information.
Bring Outlook-related data & features for Office 365 & Outlook.com users into your app using the Microsoft Graph REST API.
We are in the process of deploying a change to the OutlooK REST API and Microsoft Graph that will expire subscriptions to Outlook-related re...
Last year, we announced that on November 2018, we will stop supporting Basic Authentication in the Office 365 Outlook REST API v1.0 and this...
In preparation for onboarding a user, once the user is created and appropriate license is applied, now we can update the user specific mailb...
February's agenda included a sneak preview of data binding in Adaptive Cards with Matt Hidinger and David Claux
Agenda for January included:
-Office Add-ins overview
-Call for input: Single sign on (SSO)
Building a message compose add-in for Microsoft Outlook using a number of developer capabilities such as ribbon commands, dialogs, function ...
Agenda this month included Microsoft Graph updates, Microsoft Graph SDK and deep dive on 30 days of Microsoft Graph blog series.
The getAccessTokenAsync API in Office.js enables users who are signed into Office to get access to an AAD-protected add-in and to Microsoft ...
A sample ASP.NET Web API implementation of a payment webhook for Payments in Outlook.
This module will introduce you to working with the Microsoft Graph Controls (AadLogin, ProfileCard, PeoplePicker, SharePointFileList) found ...
Implementations in HTML and CSS of the design patterns in the repo Office-Add-in-UX-Design-Patterns
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