Thursday, 13 March 2014

Microsoft unleashes Office 365 Android SDK for developers

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Microsoft has released an SDK open source through which Android developers will be able to introduce Office 365 support data in their applications.

Microsoft Open Technologies, responsible for creating a bridge between Microsoft products and other technologies via open source tools and open standards branch, has unveiled a new development kit for Office 365 to Android.

A preview of the SDK open source (Apache 2.0 license) is available on GitHub platform. Developers will be able to allow applications to access Office 365 data through links to SharePoint and Exchange servers.

Applications will include access to SharePoint lists and files, calendars, contacts and Exchange messaging. The SDK is compatible with Android versions ranging from KitKat. Those wishing to contribute to the project must sign a licensing agreement Microsoft Open Technologies Contributor.

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