Office 365

Category: Operating System
Tags: Productivity - Collaboration

Whether you want to incorporate the richness of Office 365 data into your app, or create a custom experience within Office 365 itself, or use custom reports to keep your Office 365 Enterprise environment running smoothly, you can use the developer features below to achieve your goals.

Office 365 APIs.

Integrate Office 365 data into your own apps

You can create custom solutions that access and interact with all the richness of a user’s Office 365 data—and you can build those solutions across all mobile, web, and desktop platforms. The new Office 365 APIs enable you to provide access to Office 365 data, including their mail, calendars, contacts, files, and folders. All right from within your app itself.

Whether you're building web applications using .NET, PHP, Java, Python, or Ruby on Rails, or creating apps for Windows 8, Universal Apps, iOS, Android, or on another device platform. It's your choice.

See the Office 365 API.

Office 365 APIs.

Create custom experiences within Office 365

Now, you can extend Office 365 itself. Customize how your data and experiences are displayed within and interact with Office 365 to provide a seamless user experience.

  • Create a FileHandler add-in to control how Office 365 displays and interacts with your custom file types, including custom file type icons, file preview within the Office 365 UI, creating and opening the file type in a custom editor. And since FileHandler add-ins host their data and logic remotely, you can develop your add-in using the language, tools, and web development stack of your choice.
  • Add your app to the app launcher to give it visibility and make it accessible right from the Office 365 home page. Take advantage of Azure AD single sign-on to provide seamless access to your app for authorized users.
Office 365 APIs.

Analyze and manage the health of your Office 365 Enterprise environment

Office 365 Enterprise provides administrators a variety of developer features to keep their domains and subscriptions effective and well-tuned.

  • Access the Reporting web service to build reporting dashboards, charts, and graphs to help their organization manage their subscription usage.
  • Use the Office 365 Service Communications API (preview) to retrieve real-time service health information and Message Center communications for the domains that they own or manage. This enables them to monitor service health, manage communications, and develop plans to respond to upcoming service maintenance.
  • Use the Office 365 Management Activity API (preview) to retrieve information about various user, admin, system, and policy actions and events from Office 365 and Azure AD activity logs. Use this information to build solutions that provide monitoring, analysis, and data visualizations.
Office 365 is the Office you know, on the devices you use most, whenever you need it and virtually wherever you are. Beginning with Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook, Office 365 provides all the familiar apps you’ve come to depend on, along with a dynamic set of cloud connected tools that help you communicate, collaborate and get more done.
Office 365 are many:
-Office 365 offers governments substantial cost savings.
-Governments can rest assured their information is protected and their tools accessible to people with visual and hearing impairments.
-Office 365 makes it easy for governments to meet email retention policies and fulfill legal discovery requests.
-Governments have the tools they need to be highly responsive to the citizens they serve. 

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