July 14, 2015

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MVP Virtual Conference - AngularJS and the Office 365 Unified API

During last MVP Virtual Conference that took place May 14th and May 15th 205, I had the chance to host a session with a good friend of mine, Vincent Biret, that was about how we can leverage the Office 365 Unified API from an AngularJS application. I learned a ton of stuff preparing for this session because the initial goal was to talk about the Office 365 API, but not the Unified version of the APIs… Then during Build, the Office 365 Unified APIs were announced, and decided to jump into the Preview and use this set of tools for my session!

What was even more crazy, is that the day before the session, I decided to go all-in in the client side development and decided to use Visual Studio Code alongside NodeJS on my Mac… I never tried that before, but it is so easy that in an hour everything was set up and I was ready to give my talk without any problem! I love when it works, and this time, it worked like a charm!

The recording

For the ones who could not make it during this event, what is great is that all the sessions are now available on Channel 9, including mine!

My session is available below and at this url https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/MVP-Virtual-Conference/MVP-Virtual-Conference-Americas-2015/DEV-Track-Day1-Introduction-to-AngularJS-in-an-Office365-context

And also all the sessions of the conference are available for free at this url : https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/MVP-Virtual-Conference/MVP-Virtual-Conference-Americas-2015

The slides

You can also so the slides I built for the conference right at this url : http://www.slideshare.net/sebastienlevert/mvp-virtual-conference-introduction-to-angularjs-in-an-office-365-context

The code

I also made the source available online on the PimpTheCloud GitHub account at this url : https://github.com/PimpTheCloud/PTC.O365.OfficeHub


I hope you like the topic and don’t hesitate to reach out to me if you have any questions, comments or anything! Happy AngularJSing !

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