Office 365 offers an amazing set of functionality, but enterprises frequently want to either integrate such functionality in existing applications, or extend Office 365 to suit their needs. In this course, Office 365 Development: Getting Started, you'll learn what you the developer needs to know, to become an Office 365 developer. First, you'll learn the history of these development choices as they have matured while arguing for or against each choice. Next, you'll learn how to work with code examples of example applications targeting ASP.NET MVC. Finally, you'll learn about cross-platform desktop apps and cross-platform mobile applications targeting Office 365 APIs. By the end of this course, you should be well on your way to developing compelling applications that extend and integrate Office 365.
Sahil Malik has been a Microsoft MVP for the past 8 years, author of several books and numerous articles in both the .NET and SharePoint space, consultant and trainer who delivers talks at conferences internationally.
Hello, my name is Sahil Malik, and welcome to my course ""Office365 development getting started"". I have been a Microsoft MVP for 10+ years, author of many books, speaker at many conferences, and a developer for all my life.
Information workers these days are mobile, spread across the globe, have terabytes of data to manage, and need to communicate and find things instantly and securely. Building such an infrastructure can be quite a remarkable challenge. Office 365 puts this power in the hands of an individual, and gives a large corporation the agility it needs.
As a cloud based turnkey solution, Office 365 also offers significant opportunities for the developer. The developer who wishes to extend Office365 to specific needs, or consume and integrate various Office 365 services into their existing applications.
But truth be told, the Office 365 developer story has matured and changed quite a bit over time. In this course, I illustrate the various dev. choices you have as a budding Office 365 developer.
I go through the history of these development choices as they have matured, while arguing for or against each such choice.
And then I finally wrap up with working code examples of example applications targeting ASP.NET MVC, cross platform desktop apps, and cross platform mobile applications targeting Office 365 APIs.
While this is an overview course, it does give you a decent enough starting point in exploring everything Office 365 has to offer. Armed with this knowledge, and paired with your existing dev. skills, this course should put you well on your way in developing compelling applications extending and integrating Office 365.
I hope you'll join me in this journey to learn ""Office 365 development getting started"" at Pluralsight.
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