Announcement: Apps for Office and SharePoint blog has moved

This is the final Apps for Office and SharePoint blog post. We’ve moved to the Office Developer blog, in this new location: http://blogs.office.com/dev Here is the RSS feed for the new Office Developer blog: http://blogs.office.com/feed/?filter-audience=dev Please join us in this new location to keep reading all the latest news about developing Apps for Office and…


Cross-post from the SharePoint dev blog: Access OneDrive for Business using the SharePoint 2013 APIs

On Tuesday 8/13, the SharePoint dev blog published the following post: Access OneDrive for Business using the SharePoint 2013 APIs. In this post, Yina Arenas and Donovan Follette explain how to access your OneDrive for Business library using the SharePoint APIs. This means that you can also access OneDrive for Business from your apps, opening…


Curious about how to leverage Office 365 through Windows 8 apps?

Post Update: I got a few requests to modify the code in my previous blog post to enable SSO (single sign on). Basically allowing a user to view SPO content from a Windows Store App by using his/her corporate credentials or, even better, using integrated windows auth. If you are interested in how the auth message flow works…


Apps for Office and SharePoint video series

This week, we are super excited to kick off a new series of videos dedicated to apps for Office and SharePoint on Channel 9: Inside apps for Office and SharePoint. It’s a great opportunity to listen to our engineering leads talk about the new cloud app model for Office and SharePoint, and why we did…

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Using the JavaScript object model (JSOM) in apps for SharePoint

Hi! My name is Ricardo Loo. I am a Programming Writer for SharePoint. In today’s article we’ll talk about how to use the JavaScript object model (JSOM) in a simple HTML page in your app for SharePoint. By using the JSOM, you can access data and functionality in SharePoint 2013. You can also use Representational…

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Building apps for SharePoint and Office 365

  Update 6/10/2014: This post mentions autohosted apps for SharePoint. The autohosted apps for SharePoint preview program is now closed. For information about the closure of the program see Update on Autohosted Apps Preview Program. For instructions about how to convert an autohosted app to a provider-hosted app, see How to: Convert an autohosted app…