Edge Show 31 Office 2013 Web Apps Demos

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Technical Interview: At [01:38] David met with Dan Zarzar, a Senior Program Manager for Office Web Apps, to discuss the new enhancements to Office Web apps in 2013. More specifically, we covered the following:

  • [07:55] Demo - Enhancements to Word web app editing experience
  • [09:53] Demo - Creating a new PPT in Office 365 and advanced editing capabilities in web app
  • [11:23] Demo - Co-authoring across PPT web apps and Office 2013 client offline and online mode
  • [15:00] Demo - Web Apps inside of Outlook Web Access
  • [16:45] Slide - Changes made to back-end infrastructure to Office Web Apps and enabling support on Lync, Exchange, Office Web Apps, and File Shares.

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    Ulrik tjellesen

    I am wondering if there will be any way to integrate 3rd party applications to the web apps and especially outlook web access, like it is possible with the office clients using the VSTO technology?
    I mean is it possible to make add-ins, change the ribbons and let 3rd party apps connect and communicate with the web apps and/or share point or exchange server through the web apps?
    Thanks in advance :-)

    Ulrik Tjellesen
    proNestor, Denmark (MS ISV Partner)

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    More incoming apps means Office 2013 is surely going towards good direction!

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    Love these episodes.

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    We are interested in the line of business and file share viewing experience with office web apps server 2013 preview, and it seems this part of functionality has some issues in the current preview release. Anybody get this working and want to share a blog around how to appropriately stand it up? Trying to evaluate this capability.

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    @Rob - please send me an email more specifically on what issues you are facing and I can help you out. david.tesar@microsoft.com

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