Developers: Use .NET and JavaScript libraries to get Office 365 APIs

Now it’s possible to get Office 365 APIs using libraries available for .NET and JavaScript. These libraries make it easier to interact with the REST APIs from the device or platform of your choice. They are included in the latest update for Office 365 API Tools for Visual Studio Preview

Along with the libraries, this release brings you some key updates to the tooling experience, making it easier to interact with Office 365 services.

By using client libraries to access the Office 365 APIs, you can reduce the complexity of the code you need to write to access the APIs. They are available for .NET as well as JavaScript developers for use with the just-announced multi-device hybrid applications. The client libraries will let developers perform authentication and discovery, as well as use the mail, calendar and contacts API.

Check out Office Blogs to find out more, including examples of how easy it is access the Office 365 APIs using these new resources.

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Athima Chansanchai
Microsoft News Center Staff