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Beginner
Updated
Sep 13, 2017
Duration
1h 41m
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Users can find many benefits to utilizing Office365 in conjunction with many other business applications. These other applications can push information into Office365 via connectors, or they can be notified of changes in Office365 via WebHooks. This course, Office365 WebHooks and Connectors, aimed for developers, shows the basic concepts behind WebHooks and connectors. It then demonstrates the underlying protocols, and how you can build custom WebHooks and connectors yourself. By the end of this course, you will have learned all that is necessary to author WebHooks and connectors in Office365.

About the author
About the author

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.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Course Overview
Hello. My name is Sahil Malik, and welcome to my course on Office 365 WebHooks and Connectors. Office 365 is certainly very useful, but it is not the only application users use. Frequently, custom business applications want to push information into Office 365 or be informed by Office 365 of critical events. This is precisely what connectors and webhooks allow you to do. Built on open standards, connectors let you push information into Office 365, and webhooks allow your applications to be notified when critical events occur. In this course, I start by introducing the basics of connectors and webhooks. I then discuss the dev story for connectors and webhooks. It's all built on open standards, simple HTTP POST calls. Even though my code examples use ASP. NET, you could replicate the functionality on any platform. The fundamentals are the same. At the end of this course, you will know all that is necessary to integrate your applications with Office 365 using webhooks and connectors. Thank you for watching.