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Getting started with SharePoint Framework – Tutorials

(image) Updated getting started tutorials now available SharePoint Framework is now in the Release Candidate status and we are closing in the General Availability (GA). As part of the release activities, we are starting to push out more and more documentation around the SharePoint Framework and how to build your ...

SharePoint PnP JavaScript Core Library v2.0

(image) The SharePoint Patterns and Practices JavaScript Core Library was created to help developers by simplifying common operations within SharePoint and the SharePoint Framework. This is open source, community driven library with contributions cross different organizations and teams. Currently it contains a ...

OneNote Service Scopes update

This is Sharad from EDU/OneNote team. This blog post is aimed at providing updates with respect to OneNote scopes and related changes in Azure Active Directory. We are enabling two new permissions (for Office 365) which will have wider access scope for OneNote resource. These scopes are available as delegate permission (not requiring admin...

Add-in Commands in OWA and Outlook on the Mac

Add-in commands have simplified the user interaction with add-ins while also making their presence more visible and engaging. We are pleased to announce the add-in commands feature is now available in Outlook on the Mac, through the Office Insiders program, and Outlook on the web.

Office Go-to-Market (GTM) Guide for ISVs

We’re excited to share a new resource designed to help ISVs like you successfully bring your Office-integrated solutions to market: the Office Go-to-Market (GTM) Guide for ISVs. Whether you’re developing Office web apps, Office or SharePoint add-ins, Microsoft Graph–powered apps, Connectors, Skype for Business solutions, or any combination, you’ll find useful information about available programs, tools, and resources to help you develop and implement your GTM strategy.