Office 365 Developer Patterns and Practices (PnP) usage survey June 2015

The Office 365 Developer Patterns and Practices (PnP) project was announced at the end of July 2014 and there has been tremendous interest for the project since, which we truly appreciate! Our Core team has been grown to include multiple community members and there has been great success on the program for sharing learning's related on the app model / add-in model cross community. We have received lots of valuable contributions and feedback from the community during this time, which is highly appreciated.

We have interesting plans for growing the program in multiple sides, but we would appreciate community input and feedback on the planned direction. To be able to collect input and information on PnP usage, we would ask you to fill out following quick survey (should be quick one around 5-10 min).

Responses are used to balance and prioritize resources for the following steps in the PnP program. We will also publish survey results later in this blog with additional insights on upcoming changes. We will close this survey on 14th of June 2015. Notice that we will pick a random survey entry that will win unique PnP hoodie shipped to your home.

[Update 14th of June 2015] – Survey is now closed and link is routed back to this page. Thanks for everyone who responded. We will publish results at this blog during upcoming days.

Thank you for your valuable input.

Vesa Juvonen,

Senior Program Manager, Office 365, Microsoft


Office 365 Developer Patterns and Practices

Office 365 Developer Patterns and Practices (PnP) guidance contains more than 100 samples and solutions demonstrating different patterns and practices related on the app model / add-in development together with additional documentation related on the app model techniques.

Check the latest updates in our program from Please join us on sharing patterns and practices for the community for the benefit of the community. If you have any questions or comments in general related on the PnP program, please use our highly active Yammer group at Other useful links related on PnP are following.


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Comments (1)

  1. Great Resources says:

    Thanks for putting this all together. Some great info!!

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