Office Store Update: We’re streamlining Office developer registration on Seller Dashboard

In an effort to streamline and enhance developer experiences, the Seller Dashboard registration experience will be switching to use the common Microsoft Dev Center registration process. For a one-
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Office Store add-in validation changes and info about using MicrosoftAjax.js

Attention all add-in developers, especially add-in developers that have already submitted Office add-ins to the Office Store. We’re announcing some changes that will happen in the future, and a
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Changes to collections and recurrence in REST API

We wanted to give an update on some more breaking changes that we are making to the Outlook REST API beta endpoint. These changes will be widely deployed over the next few weeks.
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Subscription and notification schema changes in beta REST API

We wanted to update you all on some more breaking changes that we are making to the Outlook REST API beta endpoint. These changes impact Notifications and Webhooks. They are going to be deployed worldwide in phases over the next few weeks.
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Changes to reminders, timezones, and photos in REST API

We wanted to update you all on some breaking changes for reminders, timezones, and photos that we are making to the Outlook REST API beta endpoint. These changes will be widely deployed over the next few weeks.
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Outlook REST API changes to beta endpoint

We are making a few changes to the Office 365 REST APIs beta endpoint. The changes are being rolled out in pre-prod and production systems and will be widely deployed over the next few weeks.
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Message Body property will filter unsafe HTML by default

We are making a change in what is returned by default in the Message Body property. By default, we will strip any potentially unsafe HTML content from the Body of the Message or Post entity if the ContentType is HTML.
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Building add-ins with commands

Because of their advantages, we’re encouraging all developers building add-ins to use commands. In fact, soon we’ll start requiring add-ins submitted to the Office Store to use them for scenarios where it makes sense. In this post, I wanted to share the easiest way to get started building an add-in with commands.
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Introducing add-in commands

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.
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Creating Office Add-ins with any editor – Introducing YO OFFICE!

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 Office
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