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 Author Chris O'Brien  Views 871 View Original Article

This is the second post around getting started with Office 365/SharePoint Online development. In these couple of articles, I discuss a process where developers new to this space can get started by using trial environments and an Azure virtual machine. The idea is that you don’t need an MSDN subscription, existing Office 365 environment or even a development machine to get running – in the last post, we created all those things. Now it’s time to use them. Specifically, we’ll get some add-in code …
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