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Developing Mobile Apps with Microsoft Exchange Web Services

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Exchange Web Services (EWS) offers a powerful, flexible set of APIs for working with Exchange data and services. EWS is platform-independent and can be used equally well against on-premises, hybrid, and cloud Exchange deployments. In this session, we cover the complete design lifecycle for an iOS-based mobile messaging app that uses EWS, including highlighting key APIs and sharing best practices for EWS application development.

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  • Dave StorkDaveStork Smile!

    Unfortunately this session collides with another one I want to attend, but was interested in how EWS could perhaps replace ActiveSync? Something I sort of speculate here.

  • Jack FreemanJack Freeman

    No native XML Parser on iOS???

    What about NSXMLParser :https://developer.apple.com/library/mac/#documentation/Cocoa/Reference/Foundation/Classes/NSXMLParser_Class/Reference/Reference.html

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