A sneak peek of the new Office Graph API—Now developers can build powerful solutions that tap into rich data and machine learning capabilities to build smarter applications, all through a new single unified API endpoint.

Expanded Office add-in capabilities—With Excel for iPad support for add-ins, developers can reach over 100M additional Office users. Word and PowerPoint for iPad are coming soon.

Add-ins for—Extend with your own capabilities to over 400 million users.

Unified APIs for enterprise and consumers—Accessing data wherever it lives will be simpler through a standardized set of commercial and consumer APIs in Outlook and, OneNote, OneDrive and OneDrive for Business.

Simpler API endpoint access—Access Office 365 data through a single API endpoint.

Office 365 Groups API—Developers can now build applications that leverage the native team collaboration capabilities of Office 365 Groups.

New Skype Developer Platform—New developer tools and opportunities for Skype for Business and Skype enable web developers to create solutions that allow businesses to connect with customers, vendors or partners through a simple Skype button, mobile apps, browser-based chat allowing sharing, audio, video calls and more.

Office 365 Developer Program—To provide easy access to the latest news and resources, we’re introducing a new community for developers working with Office.

Stay tunned for more news.​​

Category: Events; News; Office 365
Published: 4/30/2015 9:55