Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Exploring the JavaScript API for Office: Data Access and Events

This article is the second in a series of in-depth walk-throughs of the JavaScript API for Office. Part 1 (available at msdn.microsoft.com/magazine/jj891051) provides a broad overview of the object model. This article picks up where part 1 left off, with a detailed walk-through on how to access file content and a review of the event model. Throughout this series, we often make reference to the JavaScript API for Office reference documentation. You can find the official documentation, code samples and community resources at the Apps for Office and SharePoint Developer Center on MSDN (dev.office.com).


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