Back at Build and Ignite, we announced a brand new feature, that we’re very excited about – Outlook add-ins (formerly called apps for Outlook) can now place buttons on the ribbon in Outlook! This simultaneously simplifies interacting with add-ins, as well as makes their presence more visible and engaging. In a two-part series, we wanted to share our thinking behind why we invested in commands and how they work, as well as walk through a sample add-in with a command. This is the first post in the series.Read more Introducing add-in commands
When building Office Add-ins developers are provided first-rate tooling with Visual Studio 2013/2015. Developers can easily create Office Add-ins for Outlook, Excel, Word and other OfficeRead more Creating Office Add-ins with any editor – Introducing YO OFFICE!
We are excited to announce some updates to our Getting Started Experiences for Office 365 APIs and Office Add-ins. We've built this from the ground up as our goal is to empower developers to buildRead more New Getting Started flows for Office 365 APIs and Office Add-ins
An Office 365 Developer Tenant is a great resource for developing with the Office 365 REST APIs. It gives you a place to register your app, and a user to test against. However, you have to manually add data to your user’s mailbox or OneDrive. Today we’re excited to announce a sample Windows Store App project that will populate data for Office 365 API services such as mail, calendar, contact and files.Read more Populate your Office 365 Developer Tenant with sample data