Finding information targeting the lastest Office 365 API builds can be a hard job, that's why Chaks - PM at MSFT who's currently owning the O365 API Tools - has summarized an awesome list with all important resources. If you're new to Office365 development and don't know where to get
Yesterday I've only posted a short post about the most recent release of Office 365 API Tools. I'd the chance to get some hands on since yesterday and the most important thing you'll see when using the GA Release maybe, that there is no longer an CalendarApiSample, MailApiSample or similar
The Office365 API Team released a new version of Office 365 API Tools today. The new release can be downloaded directly from Visual Studio Gallery right here or by using Visual Studio's Extension Manager Window. With this version the Tools are official out of preview.
Over the past years I've focused mostly on SharePoint development and how to make developing SharePoint Solutions and Apps more fun by integrating other technologies and frameworks. For now I'm fine with my default stack which is SharePoint Provider Hosted App MVC 5 fundament AngularJS Frontends A few of you
I'm currently working on another (more fancy) sample for using #Office365 APIs from Web Applications. During todays night session I tried to implement the entire Service and Repository for my sample. Started with the current sample API implementation from Office 365 API Tools I made a lot of changes to
Last week I was attending Microsoft's TechEd North America in Houston Texas. Together with Jeremy Thake who has recently moved over to Redmond in order to work with the MOD, we've delivered the SharePoint Power Hour. Some of you guys may already know this Session Topic from Build conference. But