This post continues the deep dive into developing Apps for Office by demonstrating how to create a Content App that runs in Microsoft Excel. The app we build today demonstrates how to work with the Office API within Microsoft Excel to accomplish tasks such as creating tables, binding to selections, and communicating between the document and your app using MVVM.
Since we’ve already reviewed how to get started, let’s dive right into the code.
Read more at the Falafel Software Blog: Apps for Office: Creating a Content App for Excel
We continue our journey through Apps for Office by building a real-world Task Pane App. We’ll look at using some of the more useful features of the Office API as well as review some gotchas to keep in mind while developing Task Pane Apps..
For this demo we’ll create an app called Reuser. This app will allow you to save content from a Word document into a bank so that you can reuse it later. This is helpful if you are writing something that makes constant references to a specific link, block of text, or formatted content.
The purpose of this sample is to demonstrate how you can effectively read and write content to and from the document in a useful way, as well as demonstrate how to persist content with the document so it is available for later reuse. We’ll also look at some useful API features and tips to help you create more interactive apps.
Since we’ve already discussed how to get started building Apps for Office, let’s dive right into the code.
Read more at the Falafel Software Blog: Apps for Office: Building a Task Pane App
This post is part of a series on developing Apps for Office 2013. Before we dive into creating the various Apps for Office examples, we should briefly review how you can use Visual Studio and your browser tools to debug issues and errors in your apps.
Read more on the Falafel Software Blog: Apps for Office: Debugging Tools and Tips
This is the second post in an ongoing series on posts about Apps for Office. Today we’ll look at the requirements and tools needed to get started developing, as well as a “Hello, World!” example.
Read more at the Falafel Software Blog: Apps for Office: Getting Started
With over a billion users worldwide, Microsoft Office is already a premier platform for productivity, and with the release of Apps for Office, developers have a powerful new resource for extending and enhancing the suite of apps to solve new problems.
In this series of blog posts, we’ll see how the Apps for Office platform works, how to get started, check out some of the ways it allows developers to add new features and interactivity to the suite of apps, and lastly, see how those additions run on both the desktop and online versions of Office.
This first entry introduces the platform and its features, and will be followed by a series of posts demonstrating the different ways you can integrate with the various Office apps.
Read more at the Falafel Software Blog: Apps for Office: Introduction and Overview
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