Create and debug Office Add-ins in Visual Studio. Use Visual Studio project templates to create an Office Add-ins project, modify your add-in settings, and develop and debug your add-in.
To get started, use the Office Add-ins project template in Visual Studio. The Create Office Add-in wizard asks you to choose the type of add-in that you want to create, and then provides selections for the default configuration of your add-in. On the Visual Studio menu bar, choose File, New, Project. In the list of project types under Visual C# or Visual Basic, expand Office/SharePoint, choose Add-ins, and then choose Add-in for Office. Name the project, and then choose OK. In Visual Studio 2013, some of the add-in project templates have been updated to reflect additional functionality: Content add-ins can appear in the body of Access and PowerPoint documents, in addition to Excel spreadsheets.
When you’ve completed the wizard, Visual Studio creates a solution for you that contains two projects. General tab settings. Connecting to Office 365 APIs from a Windows 10 UWP - Richard diZerega's Blog. Unless you have been living under a rock, you probably heard that Microsoft released Windows 10 last week.
For app developers, Windows 10 and the new Universal Windows Platform (UWP) realizes a vision of write-once run on any Windows device (desktop, tablet, mobile). In this post, I’ll illustrate how to build a Windows 10 UWP connected to Office 365 using the new WebAccountProvider approach. Microsoft first introduced the concept of a Universal Windows App at the Build Conference in 2014. This first generation universal app contained separate projects for desktop and mobile with a “shared” project for common code. The goal was to put as much code as possible in the shared project, which often required some technical gymnastics to accomplish. Connecting to Office 365 from a Windows 10 UWP uses an updated Connected Service Wizard within Visual Studio 2015. The WebAccountProvider is optimized for multi-provider scenarios.
Using WebAccountProvider to get Azure AD Access Tokens Using REST. Create an app with Office 365 APIs. Last modified: August 13, 2015 Applies to: Office 365 The Office 365 APIs are REST services that provide access to Office 365 data, such as: mail, calendars, and contacts from Exchange Online; files and folders from SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business; users and groups from Azure Active Directory.
Not developing iOS apps? Use the control in the upper right corner of this page to select the type of app you're developing. Office 365 APIs platform overview. Last modified: July 20, 2015 Applies to: Office 365 Office 365 API functionality is also available through Microsoft Graph, a unified API that includes APIs from other Microsoft services such as Outlook, OneDrive, OneNote, Planner, and Office Graph, accessible through a single endpoint and with a single access token.
Whether you want to incorporate the richness of Office 365 data into your app, or create a custom experience within Office 365 itself, or use custom reports to keep your Office 365 Enterprise environment running smoothly, you can use the developer features below to achieve your goals. TheNewDaysDawn/MyFiles-API-Win10_UWP. TheNewDaysDawn/Contacts-API-Win10-UWP. SQLite for Universal App Platform extension. Codify. Using SQLite on the Universal Windows Platform. This article explains how to get started with SQLite in an UWP XAML app.
SQLite is a cross-platform single-user public-domain (read: ‘free’) embedded relational database engine. It doesn’t require a server and it doesn’t require configuration, but it still provides all essential relational database features including SQL syntax, transactions, indexes, and even common table expressions. I created an UWP sample app that creates and populates a new SQLite database, and demonstrates all SQL CRUD operations: select, insert, update, and delete, and is a more or less representative for a business app. Here’s how the app looks like in browse mode: Before you can use SQLite in a UWP app, you need to install the VSIX package for Universal App Platform development using Visual Studio 2015 from the SQLite download page: Then add a reference to the engine and to the C++ runtime on which it depends (Visual Studio will warn you if you forget the latter): SQLite.Net-PCL exposes a rich API to your code:
Using SQLite on the Universal Windows Platform. TheNewDaysDawn/Windows-universal-samples. Windows-universal-samples/Samples/LibraryManagement at master · Microsoft/Windows-universal-samples. Windows Store app UI, start to finish (HTML) - Windows app development. [This article is for Windows 8.x and Windows Phone 8.x developers writing Windows Runtime apps.
If you’re developing for Windows 10, see the latest documentation] How do you make a great user interface? What is the best layout for your app? What makes an app easy and intuitive to navigate? Ask these questions to kick start the design phase of your app's development. Using guidelines, best practices, and examples, we'll help you take full advantage of the UI capabilities of Windows 8.1.
The following sections are an outline of tasks to help you design the UI for your app. If you're new to Windows Store app development, or if you are unfamiliar with app layout, navigation, controls, and commands, you might find it helpful to review each step. The sample The Controls and layout gallery sample includes all the UI elements we talk about here. The sample app is a gallery of Windows Store app controls. Step 1: Get set up and learn what goes where Step 2: Choose controls to add Step 5: Wrap it up.
Windows Store app UI, start to finish (XAML) [This article is for Windows 8.x and Windows Phone 8.x developers writing Windows Runtime apps.
If you’re developing for Windows 10, see the latest documentation] How do you design a great user interface? What is the best layout for your app? What makes an app easy and intuitive to navigate? Ask these questions to kick start the design phase of your app's development. Using guidelines, best practices, and examples, we'll help you take full advantage of the UI capabilities of Windows 8.1. The following sections are an outline of tasks to help you design the UI for your app. Microsoft/Windows-universal-samples. Microsoft/Windows-appsample-trafficapp. Windows 10 development for absolute beginners.