Contoso Learning Companion Ver. 1.0 Sample

The Contoso Learning Companion provides a touch-friendly baseline solution built on top of Office 365 and Windows 8, that developers can use to build out, providing users with an aggregated experience that would otherwise require them to access multiple sites via the browser.

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Contoso Learning Companion Ver. 1.0 Sample

What’s new in Access 2013 for developers

Mike Stowe, Programming Writer, Office Developer Documentation team, authored today's post. Access 2013 features a new type of application model, Access apps, that’s makes it easy to create, customize, and deploy an app to the cloud.

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Setting up a SharePoint 2013 Development Environment 101

Step 1 Prepare the Operating Environment Preparation of your development environment is determined by the apps you will develop and the systems you have access to.  If you want to distribute apps for SharePoint through an app catalog, such as apps…( read more )

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Microsoft unveils the new Office

SAN FRANCISCO — July 16, 2012 — Today, Microsoft Corp. CEO Steve Ballmer unveiled the customer preview of the new Microsoft Office, available at office.com/preview . The next release features an intuitive design that works beautifully with touch, stylus, mouse or keyboard across new Windows devices, including tablets.

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Leveraging Windows Azure WCF Services to Connect BCS with SharePoint Online

Introduction You might have read an earlier post of mine where I discussed the new Business Connectivity Services (BCS) functionality in SharePoint Online (SP-O) and walked through how you can leverage jQuery and JavaScript to interact with an external list in SharePoint Online. This blog post assumed that you had created an external list in the first place and provided you with some code snippets to create a view of an external list. Since that time, a great post from Christian Glessner popped up that shows you how you can walk through creating an external list using SQL Azure.

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Sample: Outlook 2010: Access Lists of SharePoint Objects Using Outlook.PickerDialog

This sample shows how to use the new PickerDialog object in Outlook 2010, to access a SharePoint server to get a list of objects such as users, distribution lists, and so forth.

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Attaching a File or an Outlook Item to an Outlook Message

Attaching a file to a Microsoft Outlook mail item is one of the most popular customer actions in Outlook.   Naturally, many power users also ask how to do this programmatically. The Outlook object model provides the Attachment  object, Attachments.Add  method, and an Attachments property for each of the Outlook item objects  (for example, mail, appointment, contact, meeting, and task items), to support adding an attachment to an Outlook item

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Office 2010 Developer Map – NEW!

Start visualizing the applications, services, client/server data-access technologies, on-premise servers, platform products and technologies, and tools that help developers build multiple line-of-business solutions.

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Office 2010 Developer Map – NEW!

Sample: Creating a .NET Connectivity Assembly for Business Connectivity Services by Using Visual Studio 2010

Explore the code as you learn to create a BDC model that uses BCS entities in Visual Studio to access a matrix in SQL Server. Author: Martin Harwar (Other)

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Using Conditional Formatting in Access 2010 Reports (Visual How To)

Learn how to use Access 2010 to add support for simple conditional formatting in reports in this visual how-to video and overview.

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