Introduction to Office 365 APIs

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The Office 365 APIs enable you to access the Microsoft Cloud from all devices and platforms — including those running iOS and Android, PHP, ASP.NET and node.js, and Linux and Mac OSX — by connecting using an open platform. If you’re already familiar with programming in one of those platforms you’re already well on your way to integrating Office 365 into your applications.

"The most strategic developer surface area for us is Office 365“
- Satya Nadella, CEO, Microsoft Corp.

In this course, you’ll see how to use the Outlook Services Client to expose mail, calendar and user objects to your apps. You’ll see how the SharePoint Client will allow access to users’ files and SharePoint data. And you’ll see how to authenticate users using Azure Active Directory and OAuth.

With these tools, you’ll learn how to implement complete experiences to satisfy business scenarios.

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I am new to this site - learning online. And I opt this course to have command over Office skills. I think it would be very helpful to me to take one step forward in technology and my instructor Christopher Harrison would be very helpful in understanding this course. I would like to thank you to add this one for me. Thanks a lot!
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