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Introduction to Office 365 Development

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Around the globe, 1 billion Office users spend an average of two to three hours each day in Office clients, with more than 400 petabytes of data hosted in the Office 365 service. If you're a web developer, the Office 365 platform gives you the opportunity to reach these users with your business solutions, automate the day-to-day solutions, and even create custom solutions.

Members of the product team walk you through real-world Office 365 scenarios and demos in this session. Explore how you can build your solutions contextually directly into the Office 365 using the App Model. Learn how to call the Office 365 APIs from your stand-alone web applications and mobile device applications to leverage services like OneDrive for Business, Mail, Calendar, People, and Sites. Watch how experts create typical intranet scenarios using the App Model, and transform your existing SharePoint Full Trust Solutions.

The addition of modules 7 and 8 to this popular course provides detailed steps on what you need to get started with Office 365 development. Whether you are learning what's required to get SharePoint apps running with SharePoint Server 2013 on-premises (stand-alone and hybrid) or preparing for Exam 70-488, part of the MCSD: SharePoint Applications certification, you don't want to miss this informative training!

Walk through the mobile device platform story around Office 365, including Windows Universal, Cordova, Xamarin, native iOS, and native Android development. After you learn the fundamentals in this course, take Deep Dive into the Office 365 App Model, and get even more practical tips to get you started right away.

Instructor | ​ Jeremy Thake – Microsoft Technical Product Manager; Brian Jones – Microsoft Group Program Manager; Richard diZerega – Microsoft Architect; Scot Hillier – SharePoint MVP; Steve Walker - Microsoft Senior Program Manager; Ted Pattison - Critical Path Training Owner and Curriculum Manager