Deep Dive: Integrate Office 365 APIs in Your Mobile Device Apps

Devs, you've integrated Office 365 APIs in your web apps. Now, take these ideas a step further, and explore how to integrate your new or existing mobile device applications with the Office 365 APIs.

In this Jump Start training with live Q&A, industry experts Scot Hillier and Ted Pattison use practical demos to show you how you can use the Office 365 APIs to leverage the services within your own mobile device apps. Learn about mobile development with Office 365 in Visual Studio for the Cordova, universal Windows app, and Xamarin project types. Don't miss it!

Course Outline:

  • ​​Universal Windows App Development with Office 365 APIs
  • Cordova Development in Visual Studio with Office 365 APIs
  • Xamarin Development in Visual Studio with Office 365 APIs
Instructor Team
Ted Pattison | Critical Path Training Owner and Curriculum Manager | @TedPattison

Ted Pattison has 20 years of experience training professional developers. He is also the Owner and Curriculum Manager at Critical Path Training. Ted has been working with SharePoint since 2003 and is a SharePoint MVP. He has been given the MVP award for SharePoint Server 10 years in a row. And he is the author of several SharePoint development books.

Scot Hillier | Critical Path Training Consultant | @ScotHillier
Scot Hillier is an independent consultant and Microsoft SharePoint MVP focused on creating solutions for information workers with SharePoint, Office, and related technologies. Scot splits his time between consulting on SharePoint projects, managing developer content for IT unity, speaking at SharePoint events, and delivering SharePoint developer training through Critical Path Training.

Scot has written more than 20 books, including Professional SharePoint 2013 Development and Inside Microsoft SharePoint 2013. He regularly speaks at major conferences.
Live Event Details
October 22, 2014
9:00am–12:00pm PDT
What: Jump Start training with live Q&A
Cost: Free
Audience: Mobile Developers

Experience building universal Windows apps and with Cordova and Xamarin