iOS and Android Apps with Office 365

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Create native and Cordova-based iOS and Android apps integrating Office 365 APIs and SDKs. For each of these targets we'll demonstrate how to get started, include dependencies, construct a client proxy, and make API calls. We'll show CocoaPods, Gradle, and npm; Android Studio, Xcode, and the Cordova CLI; and some simple apps working with Office 365 services like Mail, Files, Directory, and the new Unified API. All code used in this session will be available in the OfficeDev GitHub org at https://github.com/officedev so you can build quickly on what you'll learn here.

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2

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Breakout

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3-722

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Room 2014

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      Sparky742

      At 06:42 you say you have one of two options, and you explain the second one.   How do I achieve the first option "Within Office", particularly in iOS.  For example, say I wanted to offer my app (like onedrive is) in the left bar in Word for iOS on iPad.

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      joshgav

      Hi Sparky - within Office we offer "Office Add-Ins", which will be supported in Office for iOS and Android eventually as well.

      See announcements from //build here and find dev docs here.

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