Microsoft announces new developer on-ramps to Microsoft 365
May 8, 2018 — On Monday at Microsoft Build 2018, Microsoft Corp.’s annual developer conference, Microsoft called on developers to embrace Microsoft 365 as a rich development platform. Microsoft 365 brings together Office 365, Windows 10 and Enterprise Mobility + Security, delivering a complete, intelligent and secure solution to empower employees.
As the largest productivity platform in the world, it’s a vital part of the intelligent edge — enabling developers to reach Microsoft customers in a multisense, multidevice way.
“Microsoft 365 is where the world gets its best work done,” said Joe Belfiore, corporate vice president, Microsoft. “With 135 million commercial monthly active users of Office 365 and nearly 700 million Windows 10 connected devices, Microsoft 365 helps developers reach people how and where they work.”
New developer opportunities with Microsoft 365
At Microsoft Build, Microsoft announced new opportunities that help developers create smarter ways for people to work, including new tools that give them the flexibility to design experiences in the languages and frameworks of their choice. Microsoft 365, combined with insights from the Microsoft Graph, empowers developers to build intelligent applications. New tools include the following:
New Microsoft 365 experiences empower customers to do more
Microsoft introduced a set of technology experiences that addresses a more mobile workforce, including streamlining mobile Windows experiences across a variety of devices and platforms, as well as better blending web and app experiences. These new experiences include:
Microsoft 365 is a comprehensive development platform — with pen, ink, mobile, devices, cloud and developer tools — all with infused intelligence, bringing simplicity to customers and streamlining development.
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