Saturday, December 7, 2013

Create Apps using Office 365 development tools Napa




Now you can create office apps using Napa. Napa is an Office 365 development tools to build apps for office or SharePoint directly out of a browser window.
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You do not need to install any other tools like visual studio. Only thing required is you should have an Office 365 account and a supported browser.

You can Sign up for an office 365 developer site and then then you can install Napa office development tools on your developer site. And that is required to create apps for office documents, mail items or SharePoint.

Napa, an Office 365 Development Tools gives you with a page to manage your projects. And you can use this page to create a mail app, content app, task pane app, or SharePoint app project as well as rename and delete projects.  You can also open any project in Visual Studio if you decide that you want to leverage features such as advanced debugging or the ability to use a web project as part of your app for Office or SharePoint.

Napa also provides a very good feature name as Share Project  through which you can share your apps with someone else. The Share Project feature creates a copy of the app project and provides you with a public link that you can give to anyone to enable them to view the copy of the app project.

You can see how to?
- Create your first mail app for Outlook by using "Napa" Office 365 Development Tools

- Create your first content app for Excel by using "Napa" Office 365 Development Tools

- Create your first task pane app by using "Napa" Office 365 Development Tools

- Create a basic app for SharePoint by using "Napa" Office 365 Development Tools


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