Apps for Office: Creating a Content App for Excel

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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.

This particular example makes use of the Kendo UI Core framework, as well as Moment.js to work with dates in JavaScript. The app is designed to present a dialog box to select values from an appropriate picker instead of having to enter values manually.

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

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Josh loves all things Microsoft and Windows, and develops solutions for Web, Desktop and Mobile using the .NET Framework, Azure, UWP and everything else in the Microsoft Stack. His other passion is music, and in his spare time Josh spins and produces electronic music under the name DJ SelArom. His other passion is music, and in his spare time Josh spins and produces electronic music under the name DJ SelArom.