This is a book aimed at coders: It explains how to work programmatically with Office 365,
Microsoft's collaboration and information sharing platform.
Office 365 offers a few servers
(Exchange, SharePoint), editing and authoring tools (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint),
and a myriad of other applications to help businesses in creating, managing and organizing information.
This is a book written by and targeted to developers. We assume the readers do know how the Office
applications work: You will not find functional descriptions or instructions for users, but
countless code routines and programming methods. The book is also for developers that know the
programming tools and technologies used by Microsoft and Office 365: Visual Studio, Visual Studio
The book is constantly expanding and evolving, thanks to the monthly updates. At this moment, the book consists of:
- 1342 pages of content in 20 chapters;
- 1200+ code routines, code fragments, and examples;
- 107+ Visual Studio solutions;
- and covers 12 Microsoft Office 365 components: SharePoint, Exchange, Teams, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Power Automate, Power Apps, Planner, ToDo, and OneNote.