Back in March, Microsoft announced the OneNote Dev Center along with the release the new OneNote API. After listening to the feedback from developers, Microsoft today announce a refreshed OneNote Dev Center with new interactive documentation and improved site design to better find resources. In this update, you find a simple UI that lays out all the key development resources right on the homepage. We have made these resources much more discoverable and accessible. The other big change is the new interactive documentation, accessible via the api reference link. We have partnered with the nice folks from Apiary to roll out the new interactive reference documentation. Not only does the documentation has a modern look-and-feel, it also has a console built right into it so you can call the APIs from the documentation to try it out for yourself. In addition, the new interactive docs also have the ability to generate ...

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Microsoft released Office for iPad four months back and since then over 35 million users have downloaded it from App Store. Microsoft recently announced the next wave of updates to Office for iPad. It included some of the popular features like Presenter View, Pivot Table interaction, Export to PDF and more. Today, Google announced their updates for Google Docs, Google Sheets and Google Slides apps on iOS. One of the key feature added in this release is the ability to edit native Office files directly. Here’s the new features on what you can now do with Docs, Sheets, and Slides: You can truly get stuff done from any device—your iPhone, iPad, Android phone, Android tablet, laptop or desktop computer. Any change you make on any of these devices is saved automatically, so you can pick up right where you left off any time, anywhere that you can sign in. The Docs, Sheets and Slides ...

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