Posts Tagged ‘Apps for Office’

A Guide for making money in the Office App Store

Given all the developer guides we have posted that cover the upcoming Office App Store, we thought it would be useful to offer a guide for making money with it. I’d love to say it is as easy as 1-2-3 but it isn’t... Read the rest of this entry →

UX guidelines to create Outlook 2013 mail apps

In my last article we've taken a hands-on approach on some UX guidelines for Office 2013 Content and Task Pane Apps, in today's article we'll take the same approach but focus on Mail apps for Outlook 2013 ... Read the rest of this entry →

Word 2013 apps and addin development – 7 questions developers should ask

If you are developer that targets Word 2013 and are looking to understand what new & shiny bits are available for you to use in your solutions… you are in the right URL ... Read the rest of this entry →

Excel 2013 development – 7 questions developers should ask

Excel 2013 has plenty of new features. From Flash Fill to PowerPivot's native engine, from Quick Analysis to the WebService() function there is plenty to excite the user base. But for Excel developer's, the biggest news has to be the new Apps for Office extension framework... Read the rest of this entry →

Office UX guidelines for Excel 2013 content apps and Word 2013 task pane apps

My original plan for this article was to give you an overview of the new UX guidelines, but I’ve since decided to do a more hands on guide with some code thrown in for good measure. So strap on your web development helmets folks, it’s going to be a wild ride!... Read the rest of this entry →

Outlook 2013 development & customization: 7 questions developers should ask

What are Mail Apps and why would I build one? Okay, first off, this is two questions rolled into one. So technically, you are already getting a deal from today's newswire… 8 questions for the price of 7. With that in mind, let's continue. ... Read the rest of this entry →

Office 2013 App development: mail, task pane and content apps

One cannot help but think, after reading the marketing write-ups and reviews of Office 2013, that Microsoft wants developers to retire their classic Office Add-ins and focus their development efforts on the new Apps for Office, previously known as Agave. Unfortunately, things are not always as they seem... Read the rest of this entry →

Getting started with Office 2013 for developers

Wow! We finally have a preview of the next version of Office! The last week we've been bombarded with new information about Office 2013 and just how different it is. As developers any new version of Office can be a little bit intimidating if not downright scary ... Read the rest of this entry →

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