New possibilities to build with the Office Platform


With over 1.2 billion users, Office is the world’s most popular set of productivity tools. Many new capabilities were announced at this year’s Build Conference. Use add-ins to extend Office apps and connect to Office 365 through open APIs. Discover some details:


 

The Office graph represents a collection of content and activity, and the relationships between them that happen across the entire Office suite. From email, social conversations, and meetings, to documents in SharePoint and OneDrive, the Office graph acts as the foundation for Office experiences that are more relevant and personalized to each individual. It uses sophisticated machine learning techniques.

Get a preview sneak peek and learn about the two available scenarios, “TrendingAround” and “WorkingWith”.

Unified consumer and commercial APIs for Outlook, OneDrive and OneNote will be available soon. Learn more about these APIs and check the Previews for details:

 

The Office 365 unified API endpoint is the central location for connecting to all of the Office 365 APIs. This one endpoint allows developers a more streamlined way of accessing all Office 365 data and relationships, including users, files, mail, calendar, contacts, and Office graph, all using a single authentication flow to make developing for all of the Office 365 services simpler. This new endpoint is currently in Preview. You can learn more about it at: dev.office.com/unifiedAPIs.

New APIs and SDKs for Skype for Business Server enable developers to create solutions that allow businesses to connect with customers, vendors or partners through browser-based chat, sharing or audio and video calls. We are releasing a public Preview of our new Skype Web SDK.

Visit our new Developer website at developer.skype.com

and join our Preview at: connect.microsoft.com/UCDEV/skypedeveloperpreview.

 

Join the community of Office developers here:   

the new Office 365 Developer Program.

 


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