Office 365 APIs: Contacts

Learn how you can use the Office 365 Contacts API to do all the typical CRUD-Q operations on your contacts in your Exchange Online mailbox in Office 365.
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(19)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Apr 2, 2015
Duration
1h 47m
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Description
Course info
Rating
(19)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Apr 2, 2015
Duration
1h 47m
Description

In this course, part of a series of courses on the Office 365 APIs, you will learn how you can use the Office 365 Contacts API to do all the typical CRUD-Q operations on your contacts in your Exchange Online mailbox in Office 365. You will also see how to work with contact folders within your mailbox. This demonstration-heavy course will show you how to be productive with the Office 365 Contacts API using either the raw REST API or the .NET native SDKs. Be sure to checkout the predecessor to this course, "Office 365 APIs - Overview, Authentication and the Discovery Service," as it demonstrates the authentication, Azure AD application setup, and Office 365 API Discovery Service - all things that apply to the Contacts API.

About the author
About the author

Andrew is a full stack web dev who's received Microsoft's MVP award every year since 2005 with a focus on Office 365, Azure and SharePoint with .NET, Node.js, Angular... whatever!

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Working with Contacts Using the REST API
Hi, I'm Andrew Connell, and welcome to my course, Office 365 API, the Contacts API. This Module 2 where we're going to take about working with contacts using the REST API. Let me take a minute to explain what we're going to cover in this module. First, we'll look at understanding the Contact Object and understanding all the properties that are available to us. Then we'll look at how to query contacts with the REST API, how to create contacts with the REST API, how to update contacts with the REST API, and, of course, how to delete contacts with the REST API, so let's get started.

Working with Contacts Using the .NET SDK
Hi, I'm Andrew Connell, and welcome to my course on the Office 365 APIs, the Contacts API. This is Module 3 that covers Contact using the Office 365 Contacts API, the Native. NET SDK to be specific. What are we going to cover in this module? First, we're going to take a look at the. NET Native SDK for contacts and understand all the different pieces about it. Then we'll dive into the demos, and we'll learn how to query contacts with the. NET SDK, how to create contacts, update contacts, and finally how to delete contacts with the. NET Native SDK.

Working with Contact Folders Using the REST API
Hi, I'm Andrew Connell, and welcome to my course on the Office 365 APIs, the Contacts API. This is Module 4 that covers Contact Folders using the Office 365 Contacts API REST endpoints. What are we going to cover in this module? This is going to be a fairly quick module. We're going to first look at understanding the Contact Folder Object and some of the aspects about working with contact folders, and then we'll dive into a few demos. We'll look at how to query contact folders using the REST API, and then how to look at the contents within those contact folders.

Working with Contact Folders Using the .NET SDK
Hi, I'm Andrew Connell, and welcome to my course, Office 365 APIs, the Contact API. This is Module 5. This is going to cover the contact folders using the Office 365 Contacts API's Native. NET SDK. What are we going to cover in this brief module? We're first going to look at understanding the Contact Folder Object within respect to the. NET Native SDK. Then we're going to see a couple demos on how to query contact folders with the. NET Native SDK and then also how to deal with the contents within those folders.